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J 907 Ml Mlffi 1908 



PUBLISHED FOR BOSTON COLLEGE- 
1908 



A. M. D. G. 



Boston College 

This institution, controlled and directed by the Fathers of 
the Society of Jesus, was chartered May 25, 1863, by the state of 
Massachusetts, under the corporate title of "THE TRUSTEES 
OF THE BOSTON COLLEGE IN BOSTON," with power 
and authority "to confer such degrees as are usually conferred 
b) colleges in this Commonwealth, except medical degrees." 

Under the act of incorporation, schools were opened Sep- 
tember 5, 1864. 

The same act of incorporation provides "that no student of 
said College shall be refused admission to, or denied any of the 
privileges, honors, or degrees of said College on account of the 
religious opinions he may entertain." Students who are not 
Catholics will not be required to participate in any distinctively 
Catholic exercise, nor will any undue influence be exerted to in- 
duce a change of religious belief, but evidence will be demanded 
of the candidate to prove good moral character. 

The College is not prepared to furnish board and lodging 
for students. Those, however, whose homes are at a distance 
from Boston, and who desire to live in the city during the schol- 
astic year, are admitted on special approval of the Faculty, and 
may find suitable accommodations near the College. 



College Calendar for 1908-1909. 



1908. 



Spring Term. 



January 31 — Friday, Term Holiday. 

February 3 — Monday, Second Term begins. 

March 4 — Ash Wednesday, Mass at 10 a.m. 

March 17 — Tuesday, Holiday. 

March 24 — Tuesday, Prize Debate in College Hall at 8 p. m. 

April 7 — Tuesday, Annual Retreat begins. 

April 10 — Friday, General Communion, Mass at 9 a. m. 

April 15 — Wednesday, Easter Holidays begin at 12 M. 

April 22 — Wednesday, Classes resumed. 

April 30-^-Thursday, Contest for Prize in Oratory at 8 p. m. in Col- 
lege Hall. 

May 1 — Friday, Theses in Philosophy given. 

May 16 — Saturday, Contest for Christian Doctrine Prize, 9 a. m. to 12 M. 

May 28 — Ascension Day, Holyday. 

May 29 — Friday, Close of Classes for Senior Year. 

June 11 — Thursday, General Examinations begin. 

June 17 — Wednesday, Holiday. 

June 19 — Friday, Celebration of Feast of St. Aloysius; General Com- 
munion, Mass at 9 a. M. 

June 21 — Sunday, Solemn Vespers at 7.30 p. m. in the Church, with Bac- 
calaureate Sermon. 

June 22 — Monday, Class Day. 

June 24 — Wednesday, Graduation Exercises. 

June 27 — Saturday, 9 a. m.. Competition for Scholarships. See page 30. 



6 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

1908. 
Fall Term. 

September 2 to 4 — Examination of "Conditioned" Students and Candi- 
dates for admission, beginning at 9 a. m. each day. 
N. B. — Examinations of said students and can- 
didates will take place only on the dates and in the 
matter specified by the following schedule : — 

September 2 — Wednesday, Latin and Greek. 

September 3 — Thursday, English, History, Modern Languages. 

September 4 — Friday, Mathematics and Chemistry. 

September 10— Thursday, OPENING OF SCHOOLS. 

8.30 to 10 a. m., Enrollment of New Students; 10 
a. m.j Reading of Roll, Assignment of Classes; 
Schola brevis in Literature, Classics and Philos- 
ophy. 

September 12 — Friday, 9 a. m., Class; 12.30 p. m v Schola brevis in 
Mathematics, Modern Languages and Sciences. 

September 14 — Monday, 10 a. m., Solemn Mass of the Holy Ghost, Ser- 
mon, Veni Creator. 

September 17 — Thursday, Inauguration of Senior Sodality. 

September 18 — Friday, First Meeting of the Fulton Debating Society. 

November 3 — Tuesday, State Elections, no classes for Seniors. 

November 13 — Friday, Rector's Day. 

November 26 — Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, Holiday. 

December 1 — Tuesday, Subjects for Prize Essays announced. 

December 8 — Tuesday, Feast of Immaculate Conception, Holyday. 

December 23 — Wednesday, Christmas Holidays begin at I P. M. 



1909. 



January 4 — Monday, Classes Resumed. 
January 25 — Monday, Mid-Year Examinations. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 7 

1909. 
Spring Term. 

January 29 — Friday, Term Holiday. 

February 1 — Monday, Second Term begins. 

February 22 — Monday, holiday. 

February 24 — Ash Wednesday, Mass at 10 a. m. 

March 17 — Thursday, Holiday. 

March 23 — Tuesday, Prize Debate in College Hall at 8 p. m. 

March 30 — Tuesday, Annual Retreat begins. 

April 2 — Friday, General Communion, Mass at 9 a. m. 

April 7 — Wednesday, Easter Holidays begin at 12 m. 

April 14 — Wednesday, Classes resumed. 

April 19 — Holiday. 

April 30 — Friday, Theses in Philosophy given. 

May 5 — Wednesday, Contest for Prize in Oratory at 8 p. M. in Col- 
lege Hall. 

May 15 — Saturday, Contest for Christian Doctrine Prize, 9 a. m. to 12 M. 

May 20 — Ascension Day, Holyday. 

May 28 — Friday, Close of Classes for Senior Year. 

June 10 — Thursday. General Examinations begin. 

June 17 — Thursday, Holiday. 

June 18 — Friday, Celebration of Feast of St. Aloysius ; General Com- 
munion, Mass at 9 a. m. 

June 20 — Sunday, Solemn Vespers at 7.30 p. M. in the Church, with Bac- 
calaureate Sermon. 

June 21 — Monday, Class Day. 

June 23 — Wednesday, Graduation Exercises. 

June 26 — Saturday, 9 a. m., Competition for Scholarships. See page 30. 



Trustees of Boston College. 



REV. THOMAS I. GASSON, S. J., President. 
REV. JOSEPH T. KEATING, S. J., Treasurer. 
REV. ALPHONSE CHARLIER, S. J., Secretary. 

rev. michael a. o'kane, s. j. 
rev. john m. colgan, s. j. 
rev. david w. hearn, s. j. 
rev. william p. brett, s. j. 
rev. edward m. corbett, s. j. 
timothy j. fealy, s. j. 

edward a. Mclaughlin, a. m. 

Legal Adviser to the Board. 



Offi 



cers. 



REV. THOMAS I. GASSON, S. J., 

President. 

REV. DAVID W. HEARN, S. J., 

Vice-President; Prefect of Studies. 

REV. GEORGE A. KEELAN, S. J., 

Piefect of Discipline. 

REV. JOSEPH T. KEATING, S. J., 

Treasurei . 

JOSEPH A. MURPHY, S. J., 

Librarian. 

EDWARD P. TIVNAN, S. J., 

Secretary. 

REV. EDWARD M. C0RBE1T, S. J., 

Minister. 

REV. ALPHONSE CHARLIER, S. J., 
Chaplain. 



Faculty. 



REV. THOMAS I. GASSON, S. J., 
President. 

REV. DAVID W. HEARN, S. J., 
Vice-President, 

PRKFECT OF STUDIES. 

REV. REDMOND J. WALSH, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF METAPHYSICS, RATIONAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY, EVIDENCES OF RELIGION. 

REV. WILLIAM P. BRETT, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF ETHICS, POLITICAL ECONOMY, HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY, ELEMENTS OF LAW. 

THOMAS H. MILEY, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS, MECHANICS, ASTRONOMY, CALCULUS. 

EDWARD P. TIVNAN, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, GEOLOGY. 

REV. PATRICK J. CORMICAN, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF LATIN, GREEK AND ENGLISH LITERATURE IN JUNIOR CLASS. 

MICHAEL EARLS, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

REV. CHARLES E. LANE, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF FRESHMAN CLASS. 

JOSEPH A. MURPHY, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF FRESHMAN CLASS. 

REV. GEORGE de; BUTLER, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF FRENCH 



io BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

REV. JOHN D. BUTLER, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF HISTORY. 

REV. JOSEPH T. KEATING, S. J., 

PROFESSOR OF TRIGONOMETRY, ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY. 

REV. JOHN M. COUGHLAN, S. J., 
CHARLES ZENKERT, A. B., 

PROFESSORS OF GERMAN AND SPANISH. 

JOSEPH H. WILLIS, A. M., 

DIRECTOR OF DRAMATICS, ELOCUTION. 

MICHAEL EARLS, S. J., 

DIRECTOR OF *' STYLUS." 



College Catalogue. 



NAME. 

Anderson, Ernest W. 
Begley, Patrick J. 
Birmingham, Charles A. 
Blanchard, Charles F. 
Bonner, Joseph F. 
Buckley, Thomas W. 
Burke, Daniel F. 
Burke, Joseph M. 
Carroll, William L. 
Chamberlin, Stephen J. 
Churchward, John W. 
Cleary, John H. 
Cody, Patrick L. J. 
Coleman, Edward F. 
Conroy, Edward U. 
Conroy, William 
Cotter, James J. 
Coveney, James A. 
Cox, Edward J. 

Cronin, James V. 

Cronin, William J. 

Cull, John 

Cummings, Edward J. 

Cummings, Francis V. 

Curley, Vincent A. 

Doherty, John E. 

Dolan, Gerald L. 

Donovan, Daniel D. 

Dorr, Eugene H. 

Downing, John G. 

Dunfey, Frederick A. 



CLASS. 

Freshman 

Special 

Special 

Freshman 

Senior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Special 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Freshman 



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BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1008. 



NAME. 

Falvey, Miah J. 
Finn, Aloysius R. 
Flaherty, John A. 
Flanagan, Michael A. 
Flynn, Thomas A. 
Garrick, Francis J. 
Giblin, John F. 
Green, Vincent L. 
Griffin, Thomas F. 
Guiney, Cornelius A. 
Hartigan, Edward M. 
Heenan, Michael J. 
Hennessey, Ambrose 
Hopkins, Thomas W. 
Howley, Francis J. 
Irwin, Eugene F. 
Keelan, George V. 
Kelleher, Louis F. 
Kelly, Joseph E. 
Keville, Francis T. 
Kiely, Lawrence E., Jr. 
Kinsella, James 
Kirby, John J. 
Lally, John J. 
Landrigan, Peter A. 
Langguth, Aloysius B. 
Lee, George F. 
Leonard, George J. 
Logue, Charles A. 
Looby, Edward J. 
Low, Francis E. 
Luby, James E. 
Lynch, Joseph E. 
Mack. William F. 
Mahoney, John J. 
Mahoney. John 'W. 
Mahonev. Thomas E. 



CLASS. 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Senior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Freshman 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Junior 

Senior 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



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Maloney, Charles M. 
Manning, John P., Jr. 
Manning, Joseph A. 
Mansfield, Charles E. V. 
McCarthy, Florence W. 
McCloskey, Edwin H. 
McDonald, Patrick F. 
McDonough, Edward M. 
McDonough, William P. 
McEleney, John P. 
McGlinchey, Henry P. 
McGrath, Thomas J. A. 
McGrory, John T. 
McHale, William F. 
McHugh, Daniel H. 
McLaughlin, Maurice A. 
McLaughlin, Roy L. 
McMahon, John J. 
McNamara, Francis X. 
McSwiney, Myles J. 
Milan, Maurice G 
Molloy, James P. 
Monahan, John F. 
Moore, William F. 
Moynihan, John F. X. 
Mullin, John B. 
Mulrey, Frederick J. 
Murphy, Frederick J. 
Murphy, Thomas J. 
Murphy, William D. 
Murray, George A. 
Noonan, Leo P. 
O'Brien, Cornelius T. 
O'Brien, Denis A. 
O'Brien, Edward J. H. 
O'Brien, Francis A. 
O'Brien, William A. 



CLASS. 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Junior 

Freshman 

Senior 

fcophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Senior 

Freshman 

Junior 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Freshman 



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BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-ic 



NAME. 

O'Hara, Francis J. 
O'Hare, John T. 
O'Kane, Bernard S. 
O'Keefe, Michael J. 
O'Sullivan, Joseph F. 
Pearce, George H. 
Powers, Henry T. 
Quinlan, Walter A. 
Reardon, Cornelius L. 
Rose, Charles B. 
Ryan, Edward T. 
•Ryan, William H. 
Savage, John J. 
Shaughnessy, Gerald 
Sheehan, Edward B. 
Sheehan, Thomas W. 
Sheehan, Timothy A. 
Shields, Luke E. M. 
Sliney, James F. • 
Smith, Francis C. 
Smith, William L. 

Sullivan, Daniel H., Jr. 

Sullivan, Denis F. 

Sullivan, John J. 

Sullivan, Peter M. 

Sullivan, Raymond E. 

Supple, Leo F. 

Tattan, Henry M. J. 

Vigneron, John F. 

Walker, Ambrose D. 

Walsh, Michael S. 

Walsh, William J. 

Waters, David B. 

Welsh, James E. Jr. 

Whalen, Joseph I. 

White, Charles J. 

White, Andrew J., Jr. 



CLASS. 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Freshman 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Special 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Special 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Junior 

Freshman 

Junior 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



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O'Bryan, Edward D. 
O'Connell, John C. 
O'Connell, Patrick J. 
O'Connell, Philip J. 
White, Louis A. 
Wholly, Edward B. 
Winston, Walter C. 
Young, Raymond H. 



CLASS. 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Sophomore 



Total number of students 150 



Catalogue of Classes. 
1907-1908. 



Bonner, Joseph F. 
Cleary, John H. 
Cody, Patrick L. 
Garrick, Francis J. 
Hopkins, Thomas W. 
Keelan, George V. 
Looby, Edward J. 
Luby, James E. 
Mahoney, Thomas E. 
McMahon, John J. 
Murphy, Thomas J. 
O'Brien, Denis A. 
O'Bryan, Edward D. 
CTConnell, Philip J. 
O'Hare, John T. 
O'Keefe, Michael J. 
O' Sullivan, Joseph F. 
Powers, Henry T. 
Quinlan, Walter A. 
Rose, Charles B. 
Sullivan, Peter M. 
Walsh. Michael S. 



Senior. 



RESIDENCE. 

Dorchester 

Jamaica Plain 

Maiden 

Somerville 

Concord 

Dedham 

South Boston 

Milford 

Charlestown 

Brockton 

Newton 

Lozvell 

South Boston 

Lawrence 

Cambridge 

Jamaica Plain 

Newtonville 

Braggville 

Hyde Park 

Somerville 

Quincy 

Cambridge 



Buckley, Thomas W. 
Coleman, Edward F. 
Cronin, William J.. 



Junior. 



West Quincy 

Dorchester 

Rockland 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



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NAME. 

Donovan, Daniel DeC. 
Dorr, Eugene H. 
Landrigan, Peter A. 
Lee, George F. 
Mahoney, John W. 
Manning, John P., Jr. 
McCarthy, Florence W. 
McGlinchey, Henry P. 
McLaughlin, Maurice A. 
McSwiney, Myles J. 
Milan, Maurice G. 
Murray, George A. 
O'Connell, John C. 
O'Kane, Bernard S. 
Ryan, William H. 
Savage, John J. 
Shaughnessy, Gerald 
Sheehan, Edward B. 
Sliney, James F. 
Smith, Francis C. 
Sullivan, Denis F. 
Sullivan, John J. 
Sullivan, Raymond E. 
Tattan, Henry M. 
Whalen, Joseph I. 
White, Andrew J., Jr. 

Sophomore. 

Chamberlin, Stephen J. 
Coveney, James A. 
Conroy, William E. 
Cronin, James V. 
Doherty, John E. 
Dolan, Gerald L. 
Hennessey, Ambrose 
Kelleher, Louis F. 
Keville, Francis T. 
Kirby, John J. 



RRSIDENCE. 

Rockland 

Dorchester 

Dorchester 

Lowell 

Somerville 

Roxbiiry 

Boston 

Cambridge 

Lawrence 

Beverly 

Brockton 

South Boston 

Wakefield 

Chestnut Hill 

Rockland 

Somei-oille 

Plymouth 

Roxbury 

Brockton 

Somerville 

East Boston 

Canlbridge 

Ro.x'bitry 

Somerville 

Dorc-hester 

Brookline 



Revere 

Hyde Park 

Weston 

South Boston 

Milford ' 

Chelsea 

Salem 

Cambridge 

Somerville 

Cambridge 



i8 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



NAME. 

Lally, John J. 
Langguth, Aloysius B. 
Logue, Charles A. 
Lynch, Joseph E. 
Mack, William F. 
Maloney, Charles M. 
Manning, Joseph A. 
Mansfield, Charles E. 
McGrath, Thomas J. 
McHale, William F. 
McNamara, Francis X. 
Monahan, John F. 
Moynihan, John F. 
Mulrey, Frederick J. 
O'Brien, Cornelius T. 
O'Brien, Edward J. H. 
O'Connell, Patrick J. 
O'Hara, Francis J. 
Pearce, George H. 
Ryan, Edward T. 
Shields, Luke E. 
Sullivan, Daniel H., Jr. 
Supple, Leo F. 
Walker, Ambrose D. 
White, Louis A. 
Young, Raymond H. 



RESIDENCE. 

Dorchester 

Dorchester 

Chariest own 

Roxbury 

Lowell 

North Cambridge 

Roxbury 

South Boston 

Brockton 

Stoneham 

Haverhill 

North Abingtor: 

Maiden 

Cambridge 

Revere 

Boston 

Newburyport 

Cambridge 

Roxbury 

Dorchester 

Roxbury 

Boston 

Holliston 

Roxbury 

Forest Hills 

Roxbury 



Freshman A. 



Anderson, Ernest W. 
Burke, Daniel F. 
Carroll, William L. 
Cotter, James J. 
Cummings, Edward J. 
Dunfey, Frederick A. 
Flaherty, John A. 
Flvnn, Thomas A. 



Med ford 

Cambridge 

Cambridge 

Roxbury 

South Boston 

Lowell 

Salem 

South Framingham 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



19 



NAME. 

Greene, Vincent L. 
Hartigan, Edward M. 
Kelly, Joseph E. 
Kiely, Lawrence E. J. 
Leonard, George J. 
Mahoney, John J. 
McCloskey, Edwin H. 
McDonald, Patrick F., Jr. 
McDonough, Edward M. 
McElene} r , John P. 
McHugh, Daniel H. 
Molloy, James P. 
Moore, William F. 
Murphy, Frederick J. 
Noonan, Leo P. 
O'Brien, Francis A. 
Welch, James E., Jr. 
Wholly, Edward D. 
Winston, Walter C. 



RESIDENCE. 

South Boston 

South Boston 

East Boston 

Charlestown 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Cambridge 

Dorchester 

Maiden 

Roxbury 

Jamaica Plain 

Boston 

Taunton 

South Boston 

Dorchester 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Lynn 

Roxbury 



Freshman B. 



Blanchard, Charles F. 
Burke, Joseph 
Churchward, John W. 
Conroy, Edward U. 
Cull. John L. 
Cummings, Frank V. 
Curley. Vincent A. 
Downing, John G 
Falvey, Miah J. 
Finn, Aloysius R. 
Flanagan, Michael A. 
Giblin. John F. 
Griffin. Thomas L. 
Guiney, Cornelius A. 
Heenan, Michael J. 



Concord 

Newtonville 

Roxbury 

East Weymouth 

Concord 

Cambridge 

Atlantic 

South Boston 

Brighton 

Dcdham 

South Lawrence 

Dorchester 

Holliston 

Boston 

Ashland 



20 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-ic 



NAME. 

Howley, Francis J. 
Irwin, Eugene F. 
Kinsella, James 
Low, Francis E. 
McDonoug,h William P. 
McGrory, John T. 
McLaughlin, Roy L. 
Mullin, John B. 
Murphy, William D. 
O'Brien, William A. 
Reardon, Cornelius L. 
Sheehan, Timothy A. 
Vigneron, John F. 
Walsh, William J. 
Waters, David B. 
White, Charles J. 



RESIDENCE. 



West Quincy 

Medford 

Salem 

Wakefield 

Charlestown 

South Weymouth 

Providence, R. I. 

Dorchester 

Roxbnry 

Quincy 

North Abington 

Boston 

Cambridge 

Somerville 

Newton Centre 

Dorchester 



SPECIAL STUDENTS. 



Begley, Patrick J. 
Birmingham, Charles A. 
Cox, Edward J. 
Sheehan, Thomas W. 
Smith, William L. 



Loii'ell 

South Boston 
East Boston 
Maiden 
Concord Jet. 



Total number of students 150 



Attenc 


lance \ 


Dy Districts. 




Ashland 


i 


Newburyport 


1 


Atlantic 


i 


Newton 


1 


Boston 


60 


Newton Center 


1 


Beverly 


1 


Newtonville 


2 


Braggville 


i 


North Abington 


1 


Brockton 


4 


North Cambridge 


2 


Brookline 


1 


Plymouth 


1 


Cambridge 


13 


Providence, R. I. 


1 


Chelsea 


1 


Quincy 


2 


Chestnut Hill 


1 


Revere 


2 


Concord 


4 


Rockland 


3 


Dedham 


2 


Salem 


3 


East Weymouth 


1 


Somerville 


8 


Haverhill 


1 


South Framingham 


1 


Holliston 


2 


South Lawrence 


1 


Hyde Park 


2 


South Weymouth 


1 


Lawrence 


2 


Stoneham 


1 


Lowell 


5 


Taunton 


1 


Lynn 


1 


Wakefield 


2 


Maiden 


4 


West Quincy 


- 


Medford 


2 


Weston 


1 


Milford 


2 







Total 



ISO 



System of Education. 



The educational system of Boston College is substantially 
that of all other colleges of the Society of Jesus. Those who are 
desirous of making either a scientific, or historical study of that 
system, have abundant sources of information in the following 
works: Monnmenta Germaniae Pedagogica, Vols. II., V., IX., 
XVL Un College de Jesuites, par C. De Rochemonteix, S. J., 
and for a shorter, but complete, commentary on the Ratio Studi~ 
orum, the reader is referred to "J esmt Education," by Robert 
Schwickerath, S. J., {Herder, St. Louis, 1903). 

The subjoined brief outline of the underlying principles of 
the system, the dominant features of its method, and the object 
aimed at by its teaching will give a general idea of its purpose. 

Education is understood by the Fathers of the Society in its 
completest sense, as the full and harmonious development of all 
those faculties that are distinctive of man. It is not, therefore, 
mere instruction or the communication of knowledge. In fact, 
the acquisition of knowledge, though it necessarily accompanies 
any right system of education, is a secondary result of education. 
Learning is an instrument of education, not its end. The end is 
culture, and mental and moral development. 

Understanding, then, clearly the purposes of education, such 
instruments of education, that is, such studies, sciences or lan- 
guages, are chosen as will most effectively further that end. 
These studies are chosen, moreover, only in preparation, and in 
such numbers as are sufficient and required. A student who is to 
be educated will not be forced, in the short period of his college 
course and with his immature faculties, to study a multiplicity of 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 23 

the languages and sciences into which the vast world of modern 
knowledge has been scientifically divided. If two or more sci- 
ences, for instance, give similar training to some mental faculty, 
that one is chosen which combines the most effective training 
with the largest and most fundamental knowledge. 

The purpose of the mental training given is not proximately 
to fit the student for some special employment or profession, 
but to give him such a general, vigorous and rounded develop- 
ment as will enable him to cope successfully even with the un- 
foreseen emergencies of life. While giving the mind stay, it tends 
to remove the insularity of thought and want of mental elasticity, 
which is one of the most hopeless and disheartening results of 
specialism in students who have not brought to their studies the 
uniform mental training given by a systematic college course. 
The studies, therefore, are so graded and classified as to be 
adapted to the mental growth of the student and the scientific 
unfolding of knowledge; they are so chosen and communicated 
that the student shall gradually and harmoniously reach, as nearly 
as may be, that measure of culture of which he is capable. 

It is fundamental in the system of the Society of Jesus that 
different studies have distinct and peculiar educational values. 
Mathematics, the Natural Sciences, Language and History are 
complementary instruments of education to which the doctrine of 
equivalence cannot be applied. The specific training given by 
one cannot be supplied by another. 

Furthermore, Language and History have always been held 
in esteem as leading factors in education. Mathematics and the 
Natural Sciences bring the student into contact with the material 
aspects of nature, and exercise the inductive and deductive 
powers of reason. Language and History effect a higher union ; 
they are manifestations of spirit to spirit, and by their study and 
for their acquirement the whole mind of man is brought into 



24 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

widest and subtlest play. The acquisition of Language especially 
calls for delicacy of judgment and fineness of perception, and for 
a constant, keen and quick use of the reasoning powers. A 
special importance is attached to the classic tongues of Rome and 
Greece. As these are languages with a structure and idiom re- 
mote from the language of the student, the study of them lays 
bare before him the laws of thought and logic, and requires at- 
tention, reflection, and analysis of the fundamental relations be- 
tween thought and grammar. In studying them the student is 
led to the fundamental recesses of language. They exercise him 
in exactness of conception in grasping the foreign thought, and 
in delicacy of expression in clothing that thought in the dissimi- 
lar garb of the mother-tongue. While recognizing, then, in edu- 
cation the necessity and importance of Mathematics and the 
Natural Sciences, which unfold the inter-dependence and laws 
of the world of time and space, the Jesuit system of education 
has unwaveringly kept Language in a position of honor as an 
instrument of culture. 

Lastly, the system does not share the illusion of those who 
seem to imagine that education, understood as an enriching and 
stimulating of the intellectual faculties, has a morally elevating 
influence in human life. While conceding the effects of education 
in energizing and refining imagination, taste, understanding, and 
powers of observation, it has always held that knowledge and 
intellectual development of themselves have no moral efficacy. 
Religion only can purify the heart, and guide and strengthen the 
will. 

The Jesuit system of education, then, aims at developing, 
side by side, the moral and intellectual faculties of the student, 
and sending forth to the world men of sound judgment, of acute 
and rounded intellect, of upright and manly conscience. And 
since men are not made better citizens bv the mere accumulation 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S. 25 

cf knowledge, without a guiding and controlling force, the prin- 
cipal faculties to be developed are the moral faculties. More- 
over, morality is to be taught continuously ; it must be the under- 
lying base, the vital force supporting and animating the whole 
organic structure of education. It must be the atmosphere the 
student breathes ; it must suffuse with its light all that he reads, 
illumining what is noble and exposing what is base, giving to 
the true and false their relative light and shade. 

In a word, the purpose of Jesuit teaching is to lay a solid 
sub-structure in the whole mind and character for any super- 
structure of science, professional and special, also for the build 
ing up of moral life, civil and religions. 



Statement. 



It is one of the decided advantages of the system followed 
in this College, that the student may begin his studies in the Pre- 
paratory School connected with the College, and then pass on, 
through the College Course, to graduation, in the same institu- 
tion. This secures, besides the moral influence thus gained, a 
uniform and homogeneous course of teaching and of training. 
The result of such a course of study is a continuous and normal 
development of the mental faculties along well-defined lines, and 
the possession of a clear and coherent system of principles upon 
which any special courses may afterwards safely rest. 

At the end of the Classical Course, the degree of Bachelor 
of Arts will be -conferred on those students who shall have at- 
tained the required yearly averages and passed satisfactory final 
examinations. 

For the further degree of Master of Arts it will be required 
that the applicant shall have continued his studies in College one 
year, under the direction of the Faculty. 

The moral and religious part of education is considered to 
be incomparably the most important. Catholic students are 
required to recite the daily catechetical lesson, to attend the 
weekly lecture on the doctrines of the Church, to make an annual 
retreat, to present themselves to their confessor every month. 

There are various societies in which, under the moderator- 
ship of College officers, the work of the class-room is supple- 
mented, or special fields in the liberal arts are cultivated. 

A choice collection of books, numbering about four thou- 
sand, affords the student ample means, both for preparation of 



BOSTON COLLEGE. 1907-1908. 

k ssons and themes, and for reading in connection with his 
studies. 

A report of each student's class standing is sent to parents or 
guardians at the end of each term. This report is. after inspec- 
tion, to be signed by the parents or guardians and returned to 
the Prefect of Studies. 

On the scale used, 100 is the highest mark and o the lowest. 
The student's rank is determined by his position in one of five 
grades: A, very good, 100-90; B, good, 90-80: C, fairly good, 
80-70; D, 70-60; E, below 60, deficient. 

At the end of each month, the average of all marks in the 
separate departments is announced. The average of these 
monthly averages is what is termed the average of monthly re- 
sults. To obtain the term average, that of the monthly results 
and of the examinations are combined in a ratio of two to one. 
In the second term or session the same method is followed, and 
the year's results are seen in the average obtained from the com- 
bination of those of the two terms. 

According to this average of results for the year, class 
honors and promotions are determined. The medal and premium 
are conferred on the first two students who have reached the 
highest annual average above 93 ; "honorable mention," on those 
above &$. An average of 60 is required for promotion. To pre- 
vent exclusive devotion to one pursuit it has been found neces- 
sary for culpable failure in Mathematics, Modern Languages, or 
Natural Sciences to refuse promotion in the main class. Hence 
students whose grand average for the year is above 60, but whose 
mark is below 60 in any study at either of the semi-annual ex- 
aminations, will be '"conditioned" in such studies, and will not be 
promoted until the condition is removed by a satisfactory ex- 
amination. 

All students must be in their respective class-rooms at 9 



28 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. . , 

o'clock ; those who come later must apply for an admission ticket 
to the Prefect of Discipline. 

Any conduct unbecoming the character of a gentleman will 
be regarded as a violation of the College rules. 

Flagrant offences, such as are detrimental to the reputation 
of the Obllege, or are obstructive of the good of other students, 
are grounds for suspension or for conditional or absolute expul- 
sion. 

The usual hours for school are from 9 a. m. to 2.30 p. M., 
with short recesses at convenient intervals. Students of Natural 
Sciences are expected to spend forty-five hours in laboratory 
work each term, outside the usual school hours. 



Terms and Holidays. 



The first term of 1908-1909 begins on Thursday, September 10; 
the second on Monday, February 1, but students are not precluded 
from entering at other times. Schools will close by Graduation 
Exercises on Weduesday, June 23, 1909. 

Graduation Exercises in 1908 will take place on June 24, 1908. 

The following are ordinary holidays : — 

Every Saturday; the days of a term remaining after the 
close of an examination; all the holydays of obligation; from 
December 24 to January 1 ; from Wednesday in Holy Week to 
Wednesday in Easter Week. 

The feasts of St. Patrick and St. Aloysius. 

Thanksgiving Day, Washington's Birthday, Patriots' Day, 
Memorial Day, Bunker Hill Day. 

For further details of the Calendar, see pages 5-7. 



Expenses for Each of the Two Terms. 



Tuition $30.00 

Fee for Library and Athletics 1.50 

Fee for Chemistry 5.00 

Fee for Laboratory Work in Physics for the year .... 5.00 
Fee for the Privilege of Examination in any Condi- 
tioned Branch 1.00 



Scholarships. 



The College offers a number of Scholarships to needy stu- 
dents. It is understood that only those who are really in need of 
such assistance will apply for these Scholarships. Those who 
can afford to pay the tuition are not eligible for Scholarships. 

The regularly founded Scholarships are: — 

The Edward L. Baker Scholarship, founded in January, 
1906. 

The Father Charlier Scholarship, founded in 1894, by 
the Immaculate Conception Conference of St. Vincent de Paul 
Society, to commemorate the semi-centenary in Religion of their 
Spiritual Director. 

The John F. Cronan Scholarship, founded August, 1897, 
by John F. Cronan, Esq., of Boston. This foundation is in favor 
of any deserving young man who is without means of securing 
an education. This Scholarship shall be open to competition. 
All examinations for the same shall be held after due notice is 
given in at least two newspapers. The holder of this Scholarship 
is entitled to all the privileges of the four years' course in Boston 
College. In the event of no one applying to compete for the 
Scholarship, there is reserved the right of selection by His Grace 
the Archbishop of Boston. 

A Scholarship founded by the late Miss Ruth Charlotte 
Dana. 

The Day Scholarship founded in 1905, by the late John 
J. Day. 

The Henry Doherty Scholarship, founded in 1895, by 
the late Henry Doherty. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 31 

The Dolan Scholarships, one founded in 1896, another 
in 1898, and a third in 1903, by Rev. Michael Dolan of Newton. 
The beneficiary is to be a graduate of the Grammar or High 
School of the Parish of our Lady at Newton. In case no such 
student applies, another may be sent by the pastor of said church 
or the Archbishop of Boston, provided he is fit to begin the course 
at the College or High School. 

The Ellen Driscoll Scholarship, founded in 1905, by a 
bequest of the lady, whose name it bears. 

The Rose Fitzpatrick Scholarship, founded in 1894, by 
a bequest of the lady whose name it bears. 

A Scholarship founded by the late Rev. John Flatley of 
Cambridge, Mass. 

The Flatley Scholarship, founded in 1896, by the late 
Rev. Michael F. Flatley of Maiden, in favor of some deserving 
student of the parochial school of the Church of the Immaculate 
Conception, Maiden. 

The James E. Hayes Scholarship, founded in June, 1900, 
by the State Council, Knights of Columbus. 

The Mary G. Keefe Scholarship, founded in 1906, by a 
bequest of the lady whose name it bears. 

A Scholarship, founded in 1904, by Miss Sarah Kelleher. 

A Scholarship, founded by the late Mrs. Mary Kramer. 

Three Scholarships, known as The Loyola Scholarships, 
founded by the late Rev. Thomas Scully of Cambridgeport, 
Mass. 

The Hannah McCarthy Scholarship, founded in 1898, 
by a bequest of the lady whose name it bears. 

Two Scholarships, founded by the late Rev. William Orr 
of Cambridge. 

The Rockwell Scholarship, founded in 1904, in memory 
of the late Horace T. Rockwell. 



32 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

Twenty Scholarships. at the disposal of St. Mart's Church 
dt the North End. The Scholarships were given by the College 
in 1864, in recognition of generous contributions made by the 
parishioners of St. Mary's to the building of the College Church 
of the Immaculate Conception. The pastor of St. Mary's selects 
the candidates from among the pupils of the parish school, in 
which the Scholarships are won by competition. 

A scholarship founded by the late Joseph F. Sinnott of Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania. 

A Scholarship founded by Mrs. John Sullivan in memory 
of her husband. 

Two Scholarships founded by the late Miss Cecilia Tully. 

Four Scholarships founded by the late Mrs. Anna H. Ward. 

A Scholarship for eight years founded by Joseph Lynch 
Early, '01. 

The Patrick F. McCarthy Scholarship, founded in April, 1907, 
by the late Patrick F. McCarthy of Boston. 

Besides these Scholarships, the generous efforts of friends 
of the College have enabled the Faculty to establish twenty-three 
more, which may be called the Boston College Scholarships. 

Four Scholarships are open this year for competition to 
students entering the High School ; each entitles the winner to 
free tuition in Boston College High School for the four years' 
course, from September, 1907 . For date of competition, see 
pages 5 and 7. 

The sum of $1,500 will furnish a Scholarship which will 
ensure the tuition of a student, but it will require the interest of 
$2,000 to enable the student, besides, to purchase his text-books 
and to meet other contingent expenses of the course. 



Societies of the Students. 



The Sodality of the Immaculate Conception. 

This Sodality was organized under the patronage of St. 
Stanislaus Kostka in the year 1868- 1869, and is intended to excite 
the students to greater piety, and especially to devotion to the 
Blessed Virgin Mary. 

Officers: — Director, Rev. Joseph T. Keating, S. J.; Prefect, 
John T. O'Hare, '08; First Assistant, Edward D. O 'Bryan, '08 ; Sec- 
ond Assistant, Francis J. Garrick. '08 , Secretary, Bernard S. O'Kane, 
'09 ; Treasurer, John W. Mahoney, '09 ; Instructor of Postulants, 
Eugene H. Dorr, '09. 

Consultors : — John J. McMahon, '08 ; Thomas W. Buckley, 
'09; Louis F. Kelleher, '10; William F. McHale, '10; Joseph E. 
Kelly, '11. 

Sacristans: — Peter A. Landrigan, '09 ; Patrick L. Cody, '08. 

Organist: — Francis T. Keville, '10. 

Lector: — Edward J. Looby, '08. 



The Apostleship of Prayer. 
Promoters' Council. 

Director: — Rev. John D. Butler, S. J. 

Promoters : — Senior, Edward D. O'Bryan, Michael J. O'Keefe ; 
funior, Eugene H. Dorr, Peter A. Landrigan; Sophomore, Daniel H. 
Sullivan, Ambrose Hennessey, Louis F. Kelleher, Thomas J. 



34 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

McGrath ; Freshman, Daniel F. Burke, James P. Molloy, Leo. P. 
Noonan, Timothy A. Sheehan, John F. Vigneron. 



Students' Library. 

The Students' Library consists of a collection of four thou- 
sand volumes, especially adapted to the consultation and home 
use of the student. The large and elegantly appointed room is 
open to them from 8.30 to 9 a. m., i to 1.30 and 2.30 to 3 p. m. on 
school days. 

Librarian, Henry A. Coffey, S. J. ; Assistants, Edward D. 
O'Bryan, '08 ; Henry M. Tattan, '09 , 



Fulton Debating Society of Boston College. 

Moderator, Rev. Redmond J. Walsh, S. J. 

Officers, First Term : — President, John T. O'Hare, '08 ; Vice- 
President, Henry T. Powers, '08 ; Secretary, Denis A. O'Brien, '08 ; 
Jreasurer, James A. Coveney, '10 ; First Censor, Peter M. Sullivan, 
'08 ; Second Censor, John W. Mahoney, '09. 

The number of members is limited to fifty. 

The Annual Prize Debate took place on Monday evening, April 
8, 1907, in Boston College Hall. The question debated was : 

Resolved, " That the Federal Government Shall Own and Oper- 
ate the Railroads." Mr. Francis J Carney, '98, Secretary of Boston 
College Alumni Association, acted as Chairman. Edward J. Hurley, 
'07, and Henry P. McGlinchey, '09, upheld the affirmative. John 
T. O'Hare, '08, and James A. Coveney, '10, upheld the negative. The 
following gentlemen were judges of the debate: Mr. Edward F. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 35 

McSweeney, Chairman; Hon. E. Mark Sullivan, Mr. Edwin F. 
Benson. 

At the "close of the debate the Chairman of the judges an- 
nounced their decision, and presented the gold medal, the gift of a 
Friend of the College, to John T. O'Hare. 



Marquette Debating Society of Boston College. 

This Society was formed in September, 1902, for the benefit 
of the members of the classes of Sophomore and Freshman who 
were debarred from entering the Fulton Debating Society owing 
to its limited membership. Meetings are held every Friday- 
The number of members is restricted to fifty. 

Moderator : — Thomas H. Miley, S. J. 

First Term : — President, Stephen J. Chamberlin ; Leader of 
the Minority, Louis F. Kelleher ; Secretary, John F. Monahan ; 
Treasurer, Eugene Irwin ; Set geant-at- Arms, Aloysius A. Finn. 



The Stylus. 

The Boston College Stylus is a journal founded by the 
members of the Class of 1884. In 1889 the publication was sus- 
pended, but resumed in December, 1893. It is now published 
monthly. 

The object of the Stylus is to encourage literary work 
among the students, and to chronicle class and college incidents. 
A special department is given to the news of Alumni and to their 
letters and articles. 

The Board of Editors is elected annually in May. 

Faculty Director, Michael Earls, S. J. 



36 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

Staff of 1907-1908 : — Editor-in-Chiefs Joseph F. O'Sullivan, '08; 
Associates, Michael J. O'Keefe, '08, Philip J. O'Connell, '08, Denis 
A. O'Brien, '08, John J. Mahoney, '09, Stephen J. Chamberlin, '10, 
John E. Doherty, '10, Cornelius A. Guiney, '11, James J. Cotter, 'n ; 
Domi, John T. O'Hare, '08 ; Alumni, Francis J. Carney, '98, and 
John J. Savage, '09. 



Dramatic Class. 

Instructor^ Joseph H. Willis, A.B., '90; A.M., '93. 

A play of Shakespeare is read during the year by alljthe stu- 
dents of the College. The play selected for study during the year 
1907-1908 was " Henry IV." On Thursday evening, December 19, 
this same drama was presented by the students of the College. 



French Academy. 

The French Academy, under the title of "Societe Francaise, 
organized in the year 1899- 1900, has for its object the advance- 
ment of the students in the French language. Once a week a 
debate is held in French or a paper is read and discussed on a 
subject relating to French history, or on some other topic of 
interest. 

Moderator, Rev. George de Butler, S. J. 



St. Cecilia Society. 

The St. Cecilia Society, organized in the year 1868-1869, sup- 
plies music at the College Mass, and gives aid at celebrations, either 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 37 

oFthe College or of the Church of the Immaculate Conception. It 
includes the College Glee Club. 



College Orchestra. 
Oepicers. 

Director, Michael Earls, S. J. ; Concert-Master, James Fitzgerald. 
President, Edward Wholley ; Librarian, James Molloy. 



The College Glee Club. 

The College Glee Club is under the direction of Edward P. 
Tivnan, S. J. See above, St. Cecilia Society. 



Requirements for Admission to Boston 
College, 1908. 



All candidates for admission must present satisfactory testimonials of 
good moral character, and of honorable dismissal from the school or col- 
lege which they last attended. 

Candidates for advanced standing must satisfy the conditions for admis- 
sion to the Freshman class, and must pass an examination in the studies 
previously pursued by the class which they aim to enter. 

There are three methods of admission to the Freshman class : 

i. Admission by Graduation in the Boston 
College High School. 

Those who have satisfactorily completed the course of the Boston Col- 
lege High School are admitted without examination. 

2. Admission by Certificate. 

Graduates of certain High Schools, approved by vote of the Faculty, 
are admitted without examination on presentation of a copy of the de- 
tailed programme of studies pursued by them in such schools, and of a 
certificate from the Head Master stating that they have successfully com- 
pleted the course and are prepared to enter college. 

3. Admission by Examination. 

Candidates who are not admitted by the first or second methods are re- 
quired to pass the entrance examination as defined below. The pro- 
gramme of this examination is based on the course of studies in the Boston 
College High School. 

The examinations for entrance will take place at Boston College as fol- 
lows, beginning each day at 9 a. m. 

September 2. Wednesday : Latin and Greek. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-ic 



39 



September 3. Thursday : English, History, Modern Languages. 
September 4. Friday : Mathematics and Natural Sciences. 

LATIN. 

1. Grammar. The examination will suppose a thorough knowledge 

of the complete Latin Grammar. 

2. Prosody. The rules of Prosody, as given in Casserly's Latin 

Prosody, with explanation and application to Hex- 
ameter and Pentameter verse ; rearrangement of 
broken verses ; translation of a short English pas- 
sage into Latin Hexameter and Pentameter verse. 

3. Translation. The translation into Latin prose of an English para- 
graph based on Cicero's De Amicitia. 



Authors. 

Cicero : De Amicitia, or De Senectute. 

Selected Letters (Dillard's Edition) 500 lines. 
In Catilinam, I., II. 
Caesar: Gallic Wat, I., II., IV. 

Sallust : Jugui tha. 

Catiline. 
Virgil : Eclogues, I., IV. 

Georgics, IV. 
JEneid, I., II. 
Ovid : Iristia, 500 lines. 

Metamorphoses, 500 lines. 
Translation A passage from Cicero will be assigned for a test in 
at Sight. translation at sight. 



* GREEK. 

The examination will suppose a thorough knowledge 
of the complete Greek Grammar. 

The rules of Prosody : general principles of Greek 
verse ; application to Homeric verse. 

The translation into Greek prose of an English para- 
graph based on Xenophon's Cytopcedia. 

* In the case of students from High Schools who have had no Greek, but have pursued 
an equivalent branch, special arrangements may be made by which they may enter the Fresh- 
man class, and take Greek in the Special Greek class. The quality of the degree which they 
receive will depend on the amount of Greek seen in their first three years of college. 



i. Grammar. 



2. Prosody. 



3. Translation. 



40 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

4. Authors. 

Xenophon : Anabasis, I., II. 

Cyropcsdia, I. 
Homer: Iliad., I., III., VI. 

5. Translation A passage from Xenophon will be assigned for a test 
AT Sight. in translation at sight. 



ENGLISH. 

1. Reading. The candidate will be required to give evidence of a 

general knowledge of the following books by an- 
swering simple questions on the lives of the authors 
and the subject-matter of the books. 

Addison : Sir Roger De Cover ly Papers. 

Irving : Sketch Book. 

DeQuincey : The Flight of a Tartar Tribe. 

Goldsmith : The Vicar of Wakefield. 

Scott : The Talisman. 

Thackeray : Henry Esmond. 

Newman : Collista. 

Cooper : The Last of the Mohicans. 

Goldsmith : The Deserted Village. 

Tennyson : The Holy Grail ; Sir Galahad. 

Lowell: 7 he Vision of Sir Launfal. 

N. B. — The reading prescribed for the uniform Col- 
lege entrance requirements for the current 
year will be accepted. 

2. ^Sttjdy. The candidate will be further required to answer de- 

tailed questions on the subject-matter, form and 
structure of the following books : 

Shakespeare : Macbeth. 

Milton : Paradise Lost, I , II. 

Burke : On conciliation with America. 

Macaulay : fohnson, Addison. 

Longfellow : Evangeline. 

3. Composition. The candidate will also be required to write a short 

composition on one of ten subjects selected from the 
books assigned for reading. 



Ancient. 
Modern. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 
HISTORY. 



41 



The History of Oriental Nations, Greece and 

Rome. 
General Modern History ; History of England 

and the United States ; Elements of Civics. 



Algebra. 



Geometry. 



MATHEMATICS. 

Factors and Fractions — Equations of the First 
and Second Degrees — Radical and Imaginary 
Expressions — Ratio and Progressions — Expo- 
nents and Coefficients — Variables and Limits — 
Determinants. 

Plane. 

Solid. 



FRENCH. 

(Alternative with German.) 

Grammar. Etymology and Syntax, complete. The mastery of 

Duf out's French Grammar or Whitney's Brief 
French Grammar will be sufficient. 

Translation. The translation of simple French prose at sight. 

Reading. The reading of French as a test in pronunciation, 

and the writing of French from dictation as a test 
in the recognition of French phrases. 



GERMAN. 
(Alternative with French.) 

Grammar. Etymology and Syntax, complete. The mastery of 

Whitney's Brief German Grammar will be suffi- 
cient. 

Translation. The translation of simple German prose at sight. 

Reading. The reading of German as a test in pronunciation, 

and the writing of German from dictation as a test 
in the recognition of German phrases. 



42 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

NATURAL SCIENCE. 

The following may be offered for entrance, but are not exacted : 
Biology. The elementary study of plant life and animal life. 

Physiology. The elementary study of the human body. 

Astronomy. Descriptive Astronomy. 

Physics. High School Physics. 

The examinations in these four studies will suppose the amount of 
knowledge usually contained in the text books designed for secondary 
schools, and two one-hour lessons per week through one year in each 
study. 



Course of Studies. 



All the studies of the subjoined programme are prescribed, unless 
otherwise noted. French and German are alternatives. 

The number ot hours given after each study indicates the amount of 
time per week for each study. 



LATIN.— Authors 



6 hours. 
GREEK.— Authors 



FRESHMAN. 

FIRST TERM. 
Cicero, Pro Archia. 
Horace, Ars Poetica. 
Virgil, JEneid. 
Livy, book XXI. 

Exercises in Latin Prose Composition. 

Exercises in Latin Verse Composition. 

Bradley's Aids to Writing Latin Prose ; and 

Gepp's Latin Versification, recommended. 

Homer, Odyssey. 
Plato, Apology. 
Herodotus. 

Exercises in Greek Prose Composition. 
Sidgwick's Greek Ftose Composition, recom- 
mended. 



5 hours. 
ENGLISH.— Precepts 

Literature : 
Authors : 



4 hours. 



Kleutgen, Ars Dicendi. 
Coppens, Introduction to Rhetoric. 
Lake School and Victorian Period (1745-1900). 
Pastoral and Lyric Poets. 

Palgrave's Golden Treasury, book IV., and second 
series ; 
Spencer's Astrophel ; Milton's Lycidas ; 
Shelley's Adonais ; Arnold's 7 hyrsis ; Selec- 
tions. 
English Prose (Minto) : 

De Quincey, Newman, Ruskin, Hawthorne. 
Composition in Prose or Verse each week. 

* See note on page 39. 



44 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

HISTORY. — Lectures on some of the following : General Review by 
Epochs : Grecian Supremacy and its Significance — 
Roman Supremacy and its Significance — Barbarian Su- 
premacy and its Significance — Feudalism and Chivalry — 
Scholasticism — Renaissance — Reformation — Revolution — 
Modernism. 
Guggenberger, Vol. I. 
2 hours. 

MATHEMATICS— Trigonometry and Surveying. 
4 hours. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE.— Creation of the World— the Different Orders 
of Creation and their Relation to One Another — Decree 
and Plan of the Redemption— the Redeemer, One Person 
and Two Natures — -the Work of the Redemption 
(Wilmers). 

1 hour. 

FRENCH. — Authors: Chateaubriand, Le dernier des Abencerages ; 
Atala. 
Moliere, Le bourgeois gentilhomme ; L'avare. 
A series of lectures will be delivered on French Literature, 
divided into three periods : 
Le Moyen Age. 
L" 1 Age Classique. 
IS Age Moderne. 

2 hours. 

GERMAN. — Authors: Jensen, Die braune Etica. 

Goethe, Hermann und Dorothea. 
Schiller, Wilhelm Tell. 

Literary Criticism and Exercises in German 
Composition — Conversation. 
2 hours. 

SPANISH. — Optional course : Prose and poetry of the nineteenth cen- 
tury — Lectures and reading in Modern Spanish Literature 
— Composition — Conversation. 

ELOCUTION.— 1 hour. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 45 

SECOND TERM. 

LATIN. — Authors : Cicero, In Verrem, De Signis, or Second Philippic, 
Horace, Odes. 
Livy, book XXI. 

Composition, as in First Term. 
Bradley's Aids ; Lupton's Latin Lyrics. 
6 hours. 

GREEK. — Authors : Demosthenes, Olynthiacs, I., II., III. 
Euripides, Hecuba or Medea. 
Herodotus. 

Greek Prose Composition, as'in First Term. 
5 hours. 

ENGLISH. — Precepts, as in First Term, continued. 

Literature : From Elizabeth to Pope (1 603-1730). 
Authors : Lyric and Epic Poetry : Selections. 

Palgrave's Golden Treasury, book III. 
Milton's Paradise Lost, books I., II. 
English Prose (Minto) : 
Dryden, Addison, Swift, Johnson. 
4 hours. 

HISTORY.— As in First Term, continued. 
2 hours. 

MATHEMATICS.— Analytic Geometry. 
4 hours. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE.— Grace, Actual and Sanctifying : Baptism, 

Confirmation, Holy\Eucharist (Wilmers) 

1 hour. 

FRENCH. — French Poetry. Authors: Corneille, Le Cid ; Polyeucte. 

Racine, Athalie^ 

2 hours. 

GERMAN. — As in First Term, continued. 
2 hours. 

ELOCUTION.— 1 hour. 



46 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

SOPHOMORE. 

FIRST TERM. 

LATIN. — Authors : Cicero, Pro Lege Manilia, Pro Matcello. 

Horace, Epodes, Satires, Epistles, Carmen Seculare. 
Tacitus, Agricola, Get mania. 

Latin Prose Composition : Bradley's Aids. 
Latin Versification : Lupton's Latin Lyrics. 
6 hours. 

GREEK. — Authors : Demosthenes, Philippic I. 
^Eschines, On the Crown. 
Sophocles, CEdipus King. 
Thucydides, book II. 

Greek Prose Composition ; Sidgwick. 
5 hours. 

ENGLISH.— Precepts : Kleutgen, Ars Dicendi. 

Coppens, Oratorical Composition. 
The study of Oratorical Composition — Oratorical Analysis 
of iEschines On the Crown, Cicero On the Manilian Law, 
Demosthenes First Philippic, and Burke On American 
Taxation or Bristol Election. 

Authors: Shakespeare, Hamlet, King Lear; Burke, 
Bristol Election; Webster, Bunker Hill ; 
Newman, Second Spring ; Palgrave's 
Golden Treasury, book I. 
Literature : Elizabethan Age. 
4, hours. 

HISTORY. — Lectures on some of the following : Christian History by 
Epochs : The Anti-Nicene Church — the Benedictines — 
Gregory the Great and the Missionaries — the Dark Ages — 
Charlemagne — Gregory VII. and the War of Investitures — 
Boniface and Philip the Fair — the Crusades — Scholastic- 
ism and Education in General — the Schism of the West — 
Renaissance and Reformation — Jansenism and Revolution 
— Modern Times. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-IQ08. 47 

In the treatment of these topics, special emphasis is given 
to the Church's conservatism and yet breadth, the 
Church's democratic spirit and sympathy with the poor, 
the Church as a binding force in the world. 

Guggenberger, Vol. II. 



2 hours. 



SCIENCE. — Astronomy : General Principles of Spherical Trigonometry, 
4 hours. 

General Chemistry : Lectures, 2 hours a week. Laboratory 
practice, 45 hours a term. 
CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE : The Sacraments : Penance, Extreme Unc- 
tion, Holy Orders and Matrimony (Wil- 
mers) . 
1 hour. 



ELOCUTION.— 1 hour. 



SECOND TERM. 



LATIN. — Authors : Cicero, Pro Milone, Fro Ligario. 
Juvenal, Satires. 
Tacitus, Annates. 

Latin Prose Composition : Bradley's Aids. 
Latin Versification : Lupton's Latin Lyrics. 
6 hours. 

GREEK. — Authors : Demosthenes, On the Crown. 

Sophocles, GLdipus Coloneus, or Antigone. 
Thucydides, book II. 

Greek Prose Composition : Sidgwick. 
5 hours. 

ENGLISH.— Precepts : Kleutgen, Ars Dicendi. 

Coppens, Oratorical Composition. 
Oratorical Analysis of Cicero For Milo, Demosthenes On 
the Crown and Three English Speeches (Burke's Concilia- 
tion with America and one speech of Webster). 
Authors : Shakespeare, Macbeth, Julius Ccssar ; Selections. 
Literature : American. 
4 hours. 



48 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

HISTORY.— Constitutional History : Guggenberger, Vol. II. 
2 hours. 

MATHEMATICS. — Mechanics : Lectures and use of instruments ; lab- 
oratory work, 4 hours. 

SCIENCE.— General Chemistry : Lectures, 2 hours a week. Laboratory 

practice, 45 hours a term. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 1 hour. 

ELOCUTION. 1 hour. 

Courses in French, German and Spanish optional. 

JUNIOR. 
PHILOSOPHY. 

First and Second Term. Formal Logic : Province and Definition of 
Logic — Foundations of Logic — the Three Operations of 
Thought : Simple Apprehension, Judgment and Reasoning — 
Simple Apprehension, Modern Errors respecting it — Doctrine 
of Universals, Definition, Division — Judgment : Divisions of 
Judgment, the Nature and Divisions of Propositions, the Im- 
port and Various Kinds of Propositions, Opposition and Con- 
version of Propositions — Reasoning : the Syllogism and its 
Laws, Various Kinds of Syllogism, Formal and Material Induc- 
tion, Example and Analogy, Fallacies, Method and its Laws, 
the Scholastic Method. 

Applied Logic : Definition of Truth — Definition of Certi- 
tude — Kinds and Degrees of Certitude — Universal Scepticism 
— Cartesian Doubt — the Primary Facts and Principles of the 
Logician — Various False Theories about the Ultimate Crite- 
rion of Certitude — Evidence is the Ultimate Objective Criterion 
of Truth — the Origin of Error in the Understanding — the 
Trustworthiness of the Senses, Consciousness, Memory — Belief 
on Human Testimony — Belief on Divine Testimony. 

General Metaphysics : Nature and Need of Metaphysics 
— the Notion of Being — Essence and Existence — Three Attri- 
butes of Being : Unity, Truth and Goodness — the Possibilities 
of Being — the Finite and the Infinite in Being — Substance and 
Accident — Substance as Hypostasis and Personality — Causality 
— Relation — Space and time. 
6 hours. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 49 

The course in Philosophy includes the lectures by the Professor, the 
oral repetition of each lecture by the students, dissertations on selected 
topics treated in the lectures, oral discussions by the students in the 
Philosophical Academy. The Academy is an exercise in debate accord- 
ing to the rules of Dialectics and the Scholastic Method, and is held twice 
a week under the direction of the Professor. 

LATIN. 

First Term. Authors : Cicero, Qucsstiones lusculancz. 
Plautus, Duo Captivi. 
Discussions of Latin Style ; Essays in Latin. 
Bradley's Aids. 
2 hours. 

Second Term. Authors : Cicero, Qucsstiones luscilance, continued. 

Pliny, Letters. 
Seneca, One Play. 
Discussion of Latin Style ; Essays in Latin. 



2 hours. 



GREEK. 



First Term. Authors : vEschylus, Agamemnon. 
Plato, Crito, Phtzdo. 



2 hours. 



St. Basil, Classical Literature. 



Second Term. Authors : Plato, Republic, book I. 

Aristophanes, Birds, or Frogs, or Wasps. 
Pindar, Olympic Odes I., II., VI., VII. 



2 hours. 



ENGLISH. 



First Term. Lectures on one of the following subjects : 

1. Chaucer, Dante, and Italian Influence on English Litera- 

ture. 

2. Pre-Elizabethan Literature. 

3. Shakespeare. 

Repetitions of lectures, oral discussions, essays. 
3 hours. 



50 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S. 

Second Term. Age of Queene Anne. 

Repetitions of lectures, oral discussions, essays. 



2 hours. 



HISTORY. 



First Term. Guggenberger, Vol. III. 
2 hours. 

Second Term. Constitutional History. . 
2 hours. 

SCIENCE. 

First Term. Physics: Liquids and Gases — Sound — Heat. 

Lectures, repetitions, laboratory practice. 
6 hours. 

Analytical Chemistry* 
2 hours. 

Second Term. Physics : Light— Electricity. 

Lectures, repetitions, laboratory practice. 



6 hours. 
2jhours. 



Analytical Chemistry. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 



First jTerm. — Christianity a Revealed Religion — Revelation, Natural and 
Supernatural — Miracles and Prophecies as sure evidences of 
Divine Revelation — the Primitive, Patriarchal and Mosaic Rev- 
elations — the Christian Revelation — the Divine Origin of the 
Christian Revelation — The Miraculous Facts of the Christian 
Revelation proved by various evidences. 

The Church, the Dispenser of the Christian Religion — the 
Institution of the Church — the Church a Society, founded 
directly by Christ, to endure to the end of time, unchangeable, 
intended for all nations, and for all individuals — the end of the 
Church — the Triple Office of the Church as Teacher, Priest and 
Pastor — the Primacy of the Pope (Wilmers). 
1 hour. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 51 

Second i Term. Marks of the Church : One, Holy, Catholic and Apostoli 
— the Teaching Office of the Church — Infallibility — Tradition 
and Scripture the Remote Rule of Faith — Inspiration of Scrip- 
ture — Nature of Tradition. 

The Existence and the Nature of God — the Attributes of God 
— the Unity of God — God in Three Persons (Wilmers). 
1 hour. 



ELOCUTION. 

Both Terms. 1 hour. 

OPTIONAL STUDIES. 

Calculus ; Modern Languages. 

SENIOR. 
PHILOSOPHY. 

Both Terms. Special Metaphysics : The Origin of the World — 
Pantheism and Monism Rejected — Creation Vindicated — the 
Nature and Material Substance — the Atomic, Dynamic and 
Scholastic Theories regarding the nature of Material Substance 
— the Nature and Possibility of Miracles. 

Psychology : Life in General — Vegetable Life — Sensi- 
tive Life — the Senses, External and Internal — Sense Percep- 
tion — Imagination — Sensuous Appetite — Feeling. 

The Human Soul — the Simplicity, Spirituality and Immor- 
tality of the Soul — Recent Theories Concerning the Soul — In- 
dividuality and Unity of the Soul — Union of the Soul with the 
Body — Locus of the Soul — Origin of the Soul — Animal Psy- 
chology. 

Intellectual Cognition — Origin of Ideas — Judgment and 
Reasoning Intellectual Attention — Reflection — Self — Memory 
— Rational Appetite — Desire — Free-Will — the Emotions. 

Natural Theology : Proofs of the Existence of an In- 
telligent First Cause or Personal God — the Fundamental At- 
tributes of the Personal God — the Fundamental Relation of 



52 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

God to the World — Refutation of Pantheism — Doctrine of Cre- 
ation — the Divine Intellect and Will — the Omnipotence of God 
— the Metaphysical Essence of God — Divine Preservation and 
Concurrence — Divine Providence and its Relation to Existing 
Evil — Possibility of a Supernatural Providence. 

5 hours. 

Generl Ethics: Happiness — Human Acts — Passions 
— Habits and Virtues — Origin of Moral Obligation — the Eternal 
Law — the Natural Law of Conscience — the Sanction of the 
Natural Law — Hedonism and Utilitarianism. 

Special Ethics : The Philosophy of Religion — Individ- 
ual Rights and Duties — Suicide — Duelling — Charity and Justice 
— Freedom of Conscience — Right of Self-Defence — Ownership 
— Socialism — Society, in General — the Family — Marriage — 
Emancipation of Woman — Parental Right — Slavery — the State 
— Origin of the State— False Views of Hobbes and Rousseau — 
Constitution of the State — Powers and Rights of the State — 
Church and State — the School Question — Liberty of the Press — 
International Law — Intervention — Treaties — Concordats — War. 

5 hours. 

The course in Philosophy includes the lectures by the Professor, the 
oral repetition of each lecture by the students, dissertations, and oral dis- 
cussions by the students in the Philosophical Academy. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY. 

First Term. Aim and Scope of Political Economy — General History of 
Economics — Tenets of the Leading Economic Schools — Vari- 
ous Definitions of Wealth, Value, Price — the Factors of Pro- 
duction, Natural Resources, Labor, Capital — Industrial Organi- 
zation — Industrial Progress — Influence of Locality and of 
Dimensions — Theories and Particulars of Consumption. 

Exchange — Home Trade — Market Prices — Non-Market Prices 
— International Trade — Monometallism and Bimetallism — Com- 
mercial Credit — Free Trade and Protection — Population and 
Production — Malthusianism— Population and Consumption. 

2 hours. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S. 53 

Second Term. The Distribution of Wealth — Real and Nominal Profits — 
Rents — Wages — Rich and Poor — Various Proposals by Com- 
munists, Socialists, Anarchists, for the Division of Wealth — 
Rights of Property — Various Social Relations — Needed Re- 
forms — Revenue and expenditure of Government — Taxation — 
Public Debts — Wider Aspects of Economic Study — Modern 
Illusions. 

2 hours. 



HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY. 

First Term. Oriental Philosophy: the Sacred Books of the Chinese — 
the Vedas and the Other Productions of Indian Literature— the 
Philosophy of Mimansa and Vedanta, of Sankhya and Yoga, of 
Nyaya and Vaiseshika — Philosophical Theories of Egypt and 
of Western Asia. 

Greek Philosophy : the Ionic School — the Pythagoreans — 
the Eleatics — the Sophists — Socrates and the Socratic Schools 
— Plato — Aristotle — the Epicureans — the Stoics — the Sceptics — 
the Syncretists and Roman Philosophy. 

Christian Philosophy : the Gnostics — the Neo-Platonists — 
the Fathers of the Church. 

Scholastic Philosophy : Boethius — St. John of Damascus — 
Erigena— St. Anselm — Abelard — the Dispute about the Uni- 
versals — Avicenna — Averoes — Alexander of Hales — St. Bon- 
aventure — Albertus Magnus — St. Thomas Aquinas — Roger 
Bacon — Duns Scotus — Raymundus Lullis — William of Occam — 
Peter d'Ailly — Tauler — Gerson — Nicholas of Cusa— the Mystics 
— the Revival of Plantonism, of Aristotelianism, of Atomism — 
the Secular Philosophers — the Political Philosophers. 

2 hours. 

Second Term. Modern Philosophy : Descartes and His Followers — 
Malebranche — Spinoza — Bayle — Cudworih — Locke — Hume — 
Condillac — Helvetius — Voltaire— the Encyclopaedists — Leibnitz 
— Wolff — Berkeley— Rousseau— the Scottish School — the Tran- 
scendentalists : Kant, Fichte, Schelling, and their Schools of 
Thought — Herbart and Schopenhauer — Krause and Hegel — the 



54 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

Neo-Kantians — Von Hartmann — Trendelenburg — Lotze — Cur- 
rent Philosophical Theories — Neo-Scholastics — Thomistic Phi- 
losophy under Leo XIII. 
2 hours. 

PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY. 

First Term. The Anatomy and Physiology of the Central Nervous Sys- 
tem — Anatomy and Physiology of the End Organs of the Ner- 
vous System — the Localization of Cerebral Function. 

Correlation of the Nervous Mechanism and Mental Condi- 
tions and Actions^Hypnotism. 
2 hours. 
This elementary course is intended only as an aid to the study of 
Rational Psychology. 



Second Term. 2 hours. 



GEOLOGY. 



ENGLISH. 



Weekly essays. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 



First Term. Review, with fuller treatment — Revelation, Natural and 
Supernatural — the Institution, End, Constitution and Marks of 
the Church — the Teaching Office of the Church — Scripture and 
Tradition — the Existence, Nature and Attributes of God — the 
Creation of the World and of Man — the Fall of Man. 
1 hour. 

Second Term. The Redeemer and Work of the Redemption — Grace — 
the Nature and Efficacy of the Sacraments — Eschatology (Wil- 
mers). 
1 hour. 

ELOCUTION. 

Both Terms. 1 hour. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 55 

ELECTIVE COURSES. 

Two hours a week must be devoted to one or more of the following; 
subjects : 

Pedagogy. 

Principles of Law. 

History. 

English Literature. 

Descriptive Geometry and Mechanical Drawing. 

Biology. 

Laboratory Physics. 

Organic Chemistry : The Course in Organic Chemistry has 
been adapted particularly to the requirements of those who 
propose to pursue the study of medicine afterwards, or enter 
technical schools. It will consist of lectures and recitations in 
which a standard textbook will be followed, in conjunction 
with a laboratory course of experimental work. In the selec- 
tion of experiments for this course, particular attention has been 
paid to compounds used in the industries and domestic life. 
The course, which treats first of the purification and elementary 
analysis of compounds, includes the hydro-carbons of the marsh- 
gas series, alcohols, aldehydes, haloid derivatives, acids, ethers, 
carbohydrates, amines and amides, together with the proteins 
and alkaloids. Opportunity will be given to those who desire 
it for extra work in the laboratory. 

2 hours a week. 



Commencement Exercises. 



Baccalaureate Services were held in the Church of the Im- 
maculate Conception, Sunday, June 16, 1907. at 7.30 p. M. The' 
Vespers were sung under the direction of Mr. George Whiting, 
organist. The Celebrant was Rev. Thomas I. Gasson, S. J. Rev, 
Thomas F. Brannan, '85, preached the Baccalaureate sermon. 



Graduation Exercises. 



Wednesday Evening, June 19, 1907, 
In Boston College Hall. 



To-Day 's Ethical Principles in Economic Questions 

Daniel Michael Lyons 
To-Day's Ethical Principles in Politics and Public Life 

David Vincent Fitzgerald 
To-Day's Ethical Principles in Social Questions 

William Joseph Wheatley 
The Tr'ue Principles .... Edward James Hurley 
Address to the Graduates 
Hon. Michael Joseph Murray 



The Degree of Master of Arts was conferred on : — 
JAMES PETER WARREN, A. B., '96 



The Degree of Bachelor of Arts was conferred on : — 
JOSEPH KENNA BURNS 

WILLIAM JAMES CARR 

VALENTINE ALBERT COLLINS 

ANDREW NICHOLAS DORR 

DAVID VINCENT FITZGERALD 
NICHOLAS JOSEPH FLATLEY 
JOHN PATRICK GRADY 

EDWARD JAMES HURLEY 

FRANCIS ELLIS KELLY 

DANIEL MICHAEL LYONS 
HENRY JEREMIAH McGUINESS 
JOHN JOSEPH MURRAY 

JOSEPH DENIS SULLIVAN 

JAMES EDWARD SUPPLE 

WILLIAM JOSEPH WHEATLEY 
DAVID LAWRENCE WILLIAMS, M. D., Tufts, 1906. 



Award of Prizes for the Year 1906-1907. 

Awarded June 19, 1907. 



SENIOR YEAR. 

In the Classes of Psychology and Natural Theology. 

The Gold Medal, the gift of Most 

Rev. William H. O'Connell, 

D. D., Coadjutor Archbishop of 

Boston, Mass., was awarded to . Daniel M. Lyons 
The premium was awarded to . . David V. Fitzgerald 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . . Edward J. Hurley 

James W. Carr 



I71 the Classes of Ethics, Political Economy and History of 

Philosophy . 

The Gold Medal, the gift of the 

Class of '72, was awarded to . . Daniel M. Lyons 

The Premium was awarded to . . David V. Fitzgerald 

Worthy of Honorable Mention . . Edward J. Hurley 



In the Class of Calculus. 

The prize was awarded to ... James W. Carr 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . . Nicholas J. Flatley 

Daniel M. Lyons 
John P. Grady 
Joseph K. Burns 
Valentine A. Collins 



In the Class of Foundations of Positive and Commercial 

Law. 
The prize was awarded to ... David V. Fitzgerald 



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JUNIOR YEAR. 

In the Classes of Logic and Metaphysics. 

The Gold Medal was awarded to . Charles B. Rose 
The Premium was awarded to . . John J. McMahon 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . . Edward J. Looby 

Michael J. O'Keefe 
Walter A. Quinlan 
Francis J. Garrick 
Thomas W. Hopkins 
Henry T. Powers 



In the Class of Literature. 



The Gold Medal was awarded to 
The Premium was awarded to . 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . 



Joseph F. O'Sullivan 
Charles B. Rose 
Edward J. Looby 
Thomas W. Hopkins 
Henry T. Powers 
Patrick L. Cody 
James F. Savage 
Edward D. O'Bryan 
Michael J. O'Keefe 
John T. O'Hare 
John J. McMahon 



In the Class of Physics. 



The Gold Medal was awarded to 
The Premium was awarded to . 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . 



Charles B. Rose 
Henry T. Powers 
Thomas W. Hopkins 
Edward J. Looby 
Edward D. O'Bryan 
Thomas J. Murphy 
Denis A. O'Brien 



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BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



In the Class of Analytical Chemistry . 



The First Prize was awarded to 
The Second Prize was awarded to 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . 



Edward J. Looby 
Michael J. O'Keefe 
Edward D. O'Bryan 
Henry T. Powers 
Joseph F. Bonner 
John J. McMahon 



In the Class of History. 

The First Prize was awarded to . Henry T. Powers 

The Second Prize was awarded ex 

csquo to John H. Cleary 

Joseph F. O'Sullivan 

Worthy of Honorable Mention . . Charles B. Rose 

Thomas W. Hopkins 
Edward D. O'Bryan 
Francis J. Garrick 
James F. Savage 
Patrick L. Cody 
John J. McMahon 
Thomas E. Mahoney 



SOPHOMORE YEAR. 
hi the Classes of Latiji, Greek and English Literature. 



The Gold Medal was awarded to 
The Premium was awarded to . 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . 



Francis J. Connell 
John J. Flynn 
Bernard S. O'Kane 
Eugene H. Dorr 
Gerald Shaughnessy 
Andrew J. White, Jr. 
George A. Murray 
Daniel D. Donovan 



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In the Classes of Astronomy and Mechanics. 



The First Prize was awarded to 
The second Prize was awarded ex 

csquo to 

Worthy of Honorable Mention . . 



Frank J. Connell 
George A. Murray- 
Bernard S. O'Kane 
Gerald Shaughnessy 
John J. Flynn 
John C. 0"Connell 
Eugene H. Dorr 
Andrew J. White, Jr. 



In the Class of Geiieral Chemistry . 



The First Prize was awarded to 
The Second Prize was awarded to 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . 



George A. Murray 
Francis J. Connell 
Bernard S. O'Kane 
Myles J. McSweeney 
John J. Flynn 
Eugene H. Dorr 
Gerald Shaughnessy 
Andrew J. White, Jr. 



In the Class of History. 

The First Prize was awarded ex j Francis J. Connell 
&quo to < Bernard S. O'Kane 

Worthy of Honorable Mention . . George A. Murray 

Gerald Shaughnessy 
Eugene H. Dorr 
John C. O'Connell 
Andrew J. White, Jr. 
Henry J. McSherry 
John J. Flynn 
Francis C. Smith 



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FRESHMAN YEAR, SECTION A. 
In the Classes oj Latin, Greek and English Literature. 

The Gold Medal was awarded ex j John E. Doherty 

cequo to I Louis F. Kelleher 

The Premium was awarded to . . Louis A. White 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . . Leo F. Supple 

Patrick J. O'Connell 



FRESHMAN YEAR, SECTION B. 
In the Classes of Lati?t, Greek and English Literature. 

The Gold Medal was awarded to . Charles E. Mansfield 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . . William F. McHale 

William F. Mack 



In the Classes of Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry. 

Section A. 

The First Prize was awarded to . John E. Doherty 
The Second Prize was awarded to . Louis F. Kelleher 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . . Leo F. Supple 



In the Classes of Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry. 

Section B . 

The First Prize was awarded to . William F. McHale 
The Second Prize was awarded to . Joseph A. Manning 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . . Charles E. Mansfield 

Edward T. Ryan 
Charles A. Birmingham 
William F. Mack 
Raymond H. Young 



The First Prize was awarded to 
The Second Prize was awarded to 
Worthy of Honorable Mention . 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S. 

In the Class of History. 

John K. Doherty 



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William F. McHale 
Louis F. Kelleher 
William F. Mack 
Leo F. Supple 
Stephen J. Chamberlin 



In the Class of German. 



The First Prize was awarded to 
The Second Prize was awarded to 
Worthyjof Honorable Mention . 



Aloysius B. Langguth 
William F. McHale 
Frederick J. Mulrey 
Leo F. Supple 
Joseph E. Lynch 
Charles E. Mansfield 
Louis A. White 
George H. Pearce 
Daniel H. Sullivan, Jr. 
Alphonse J. Peter 



In the Class of French. 



Worthy of Honorable Mention 



John E. Doherty 
William F. Mack 
Cornelius T. O'Brien 



In the Class of Spanish. 
The Prize was awarded to . . . Edward J. Looby 



Special Competition Prizes. 



In Christian Doctrine, in Course A, including the Senior and Junior 
Classes, a prize of fifty dollars in gold, founded by the late Denis H. 
Tully for the best paper on "The Canon of the Sacred Scriptures," was 
awarded to David V. Fitzgerald. The second prize of twenty-five dollars 
in gold was awarded to Joseph D. Sullivan. 



In Christian Doctrine, in Course B, including the Sophomore and 
Freshman Classes, a prize of twenty-five dollars in gold, founded by the 
late Denis H. Tully, for the best paper on " Christ, the Redeemer," was 
awarded to Francis J. Connell. The second prize of fifteen dollars in gold 
was awarded to John E. Doherty. 



The Alumni prize of fifty dollars in gold, the gift of the Alumni Asso- 
ciation of Boston College, for^the best essay on "The Concordat and the 
Religious Crisis in France," was awarded to John C. O'Connell. 



A purse of fifty dollars in gold, the gift of Hon. Joseph H. O'Connell, 
of the Class of '93, for the best historical essay on "The Influence of the 
Irish in the American Revolution," was awarded to John J. Savage. 



A purse of twenty-five dollars in gold, the gift of the Class of '97, for the 
best student essay contributed to the Boston College Stylus during the 
past year, was awarded to Denis A. O'Brien. 



A prize of twenty-five dollars in gold, the gift of the Class of '80, for the 
best scientific and literary essay on "Earthquakes," was awarded to 
Francis J. Connell. 

In the Oratorical Contest, a purse of fifty dollars, the gift of a friend, 
for the best written and spoken oration, was awarded to Edward J. 
Hurley. 



Acknowledgments. 



The Mary G. Keefe Scholarship (in addition to former be- 
quest) 



Form of Bequest. 



I give and bequeath unto the Trustees of the Boston College, in 
Boston, a corporation duly incorporated under the laws of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the sum of dollars. 



Officers of the Alumni Association. 

{Elected in June, 1907.) 



President 
John F. O'Brien, M. D., 'I 



First Vice-President 
Rev. Michael J. Scanlan, '95 

Treasurer 
Dr. Timothy J. Murphy, '88 



Second Vice-President 
Rev. Francis R. Mullin, 1900 

Secretary 
Francis J. Carney, '98 



Historian 
Michael Glennon, M. D., '77 

Executive Committee 



Rev. John F. Cummins, '72 
Rev. John F. Broderick, '77 
Hon. Richard Sullivan, '78 
Rev. Joseph A. Fitzgerald, '79 
Rev. Francis J. Butler, '80 
Thomas P. Flanagan, '81 
Rev. Joseph V. Tracy, '82 
Hugh J. Molloy, '83 
Eugene A. McCarthy, M. D., ' 
Rev. Patrick J. Supple, D. D., 
Francis J. Keleher, M. 1)., '86 
Rev. Joseph J. Dermody, '87 
John A. Brett, '88 
Rev. Thomas F. McCarthy, '8< 
John D. DrumJ '90 
Joseph C. Pelletier, '91 



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'85 



John A. Coulthurst, '92 
Edward A. Facey, '93 
James A. Dorsey, '94 
Rev. Thomas J. Golding, '95 
Charles J. Martell, '96 
Rev. Albert C. Mullin, '97 
Rev. Maurice F. Flynn, '98 
Eugene J. Feeley, '99 
Rev. William B. Finigan, [900 
Rev. Edward F. Ryan, '01 
Edward J. Fegan, '02 
Thomas E. Kelley, '03 
William T. Miller, '04 
Daniel J. O'Hern, '05 
John B. Godvin, '06 
Andrew N. Dorr, '07 



Graduates of Boston College. 



CLASS LIST. 
1872 

CUMMINS, REV. JOHN F., A. B. Holy Cross, 72, A. M. 79. 

Pastor Roslindale, Mass. 

DUNN, DR. WILLIAM A., M.D. Harvard, 75. A.B. 77, 

A. M. 79. Physician Boston, Mass. 

Mclaughlin, edward a., a.b,, Loyola, 72, am. 77, 

LL.B. Boston Univ., 77. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

tMURPHY, JAMES R., A. B. Georgetown, 72, A. M. Loyola, 

72, LL.B. Boston Univ., 76. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

tOTOOLE, REV. LAWRENCE J., A.B. Georgetown, 72, 

Pastor West Newton, Mass. 

TOWLE, DR. HENRY C, A.B. 77, M.D. Univ. City of 

N. Y., 77, A. M. 79. Physician Boston, Mass. 



iS77 

BRODERICK, REV. JOHN F., A.M. 79. Pastor West Roxbury, Mass. 
CALLANAN, REV. PATRICK H., A.M. 79. Pastor, 

Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 
*COLLINS, REV. DANIEL J., A.M. 79. Priest, died Feb. 15, 1897. 
DONOVAN, REV. JOHN M., S.T.B. Laval, 79, A.M. 95. 

Pastor Ipswich, Mass. 

*GALLIGAN, REV. JOHN, A.M. 79. Priest, died July 31, 1898. 
GLENNON, DR. MICHAEL, M.D. Bellevue, 83. Physician, 

Stoughton, Mass. 
*HART, STEPHEN J. Died August, 1877. 

* Deceased. 

f Course completed at Boston College. Degree A. B. given by Georgetown College in 
the name of Boston College. 



68 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

MACDONALD, DR. WILLIAM G., M.D. Harvard, 85. 

A. M. 92. Physician Boston, Mass. 

MILLERICK, REV. WILLIAM J., A. M. 79. Pastor Stoneham, Mass. 
WALSH, REV. NICHOLAS R., A.M. 79- Pastor 

Beverly Farms, Mass. 

1878 

♦BYRNES, REV. EDWARD P. Priest, died Jan. 5, 1890. 
COGHLAN, REV. THOMAS I., A.M. 81. Pastor .East Pepperell, Mass. 
GALLAGHER, REV. JOHN M., A.M. 81. Pastor No. Andover, Mass. 
♦HARRIGAN, CORNELIUS J. Eccles. stud., died Jan. 14, 1881. 
HOYNES, EDWARD F., A.M. 79, LL.B. Boston Univ., 

82. Business Boston, Mass. 

♦KELLY, DR. WILLIAM P., M. D. Harvard, 78. Physi- 
cian, died April 9, 1882. 

*LAMB, JOHN B. Scholastic, Society of Jesus, died July 3, 1891. 
LYONS, DR. HERBERT H., M.D. Harvard, 81, A.M. 95. 

Physician Fitchburg, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, HON. RICHARD, A.M. 81, LL.B. Boston 

Univ., 83. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

TALBOT, REV. JAMES E, A.M, 80, S.T.D. Propaganda, 

83. Priest Boston, Mass. 

tHERRMANN, JAMES, S. B. Santa Clara, 76, LL.B. Har- 
vard, 78. Lawyer San Francisco, Cal. 

1879 

ALLISON, REV. JAMES W. Pastor East Weymouth, Mass. 

FITZGERALD, REV. JOSEPH A. Pastor East Boston, Mass. 

GLENNEN, REV. CHARLES F., A.M. 80. Priest Somerville, Mass. 
♦HARRINGTON, JOHN F. 

♦KELLY, REV. MARTIN F. Priest, died Sept. 25, 1888. 
♦KEYES, REV. JOSEPH E. Priest; died Feb. 8, 1903. 
♦MANAHAN, JAMES S., A.M. 80. Journalist, died Jan. 5, 1890. 

*McMANUS, REV. PATRICK B. Pastor South Natick, Mass 

MURPHY, DANIEL A. 

* Deceased. 

* Master of Arts. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 69 

RILEY, REV. DANIEL. Pastor Walpole, Mass. 

RIORDAN, REV. DANIEL C, A.M. 81. Pastor . . . Middleboro, Mass. 
♦SHANNON, REV. JAMES W. Subdeacon, died Sept. 15, 1882. 
SULLIVAN, REV. HENRY A. Pastor Danvers, Mass. 

1880 

BARRY, REV. GARRETT J. Pastor Foxboro, Mass. 

BURNS, EDWARD F. Journalist Boston, Mass. 

BUTLER, REV. FRANCIS J. Pastor Dorchester, Mass. 

CROWE, REV. JOHN A. Pastor Cambridge, Mass. 

DOODY, REV. MICHAEL J. Pastor Cambridgeport, Mass. 

GILFETHER, REV. JAMES F. Pastor West Lynn, Mass. 

KELLEHER, REV. JOHN F. Pastor Brockton, Mass. 

KELLY, JOHN W. Journalist Boston. Mass. 

KENNEDY, DANIEL F. Clerk, P. O Cambridge, Mass. 

LAMB, EDWARD P. Scholastic, Society of Jesus ....Baltimore, Md. 
*MAHONEY, REV. THOMAS J. Priest, died Aug. 19, 1903. 

MCCARTHY, REV. JOHN W. Pastor No. Attleboro, Mass. 

MERRITT, REV. NATHANIEL J., A.M. 81. Pastor W. Medford, Mass. 

MORI ARTY, REV. DANIEL W. Pastor Jackson, Neb. 

O'KEEFE, REV. ARTHUR C. Pastor .Taftville, Conn. 

O'REILLY, DR. WILLIAM J., M.D. Bellevue, 83, A.M. 95. 

Physician Roxbury, Mass 

*SULLIVAN, REV. JOHN W., A.M. 81. Priest, died April 20, 1893. 

1881 

*BUCKLEY, DENNIS. Died Aug., 1881. 

DALEY, REV. JOHN A. Pastor Ashmont, Mass. 

DAW, REV. JOHN C. Pastor Illiopolis, 111. 

FLANNAGAN, THOMAS P. Business Boston, Mass. 

*FLYNN, HON. EDWARD J., LL.B. Boston Univ., 84, 

A.M. 84. Lawyer, died Feb. 18, 1903. 
♦FORD, REV. JOHN F. Priest, died March 19, 1903. 

GRIFFIN, REV. JOHN H. Pastor Winthrop, Mass. 

*HEALEY, REV. TIMOTHY J. Priest, died Dec. 13, 1894. 

* Deceased 



70 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

*LALLY, REV. JOHN J. Priest. 
*LONG, MICHAEL J. Died Feb. 22, 1882. 
*LYNCH, REV. JOHN T. Priest, died Oct. 1, 1896. 

MACHUGH, JAMES B. Stenographer, City Hall Boston, Mass. 

O'CONNELL, MOST REV. WILLIAM H., D. D. 

Archbishop of Boston 
*0"CONNOR, REV. CHARLES A. Priest, died, 1907. 
*QUIRK, REV. WILLIAM J. Priest, died April 24, 1887. 

1882 

BALL, DR. T. JOSEPH, M.D. Harvard, 87, A.M. 88. 

Physician Chelsea, Mass. 

CAHALAN, REV. JOHN J. Pastor New Straitsville, Ohio 

CALLANAN, DR. SAMSON A., A.M. 83, M.D. Harvard, 

86. Physician ■. Hoxbury, Mass. 

FEGAN, REV. EDWARD J. Pastor - . .Rockland, Mass. 

FITZGERALD, REV. EDWARD S. Pastor Owensboro, Ky. 

GARTLAND, PETER F, A.M. 92. Junior Master, English 

High School 1 Boston, Mass. 

*KELLY, REV. HUGH B. Priest, died Dec. 8, 1901. 

LEE, REV. DENIS F. Pastor Reading, Mass. 

Mclaughlin, dr. Joseph l, m.d. Harvard, 90, 

A.M. 93. Physician Boston, Mass. 

MCLAUGHLIN, REV. THOMAS H. Pastor Adams, Mass. 

MOORE, REV. JOHN J. Priest Philadelphia, Pa. 

O'CONNELL, JOHN J., LL.B. Boston Univ., 85. Clerk 

Washington, D. C. 
O'DONNELL, DR. FRANCIS M., M.D. Harvard, 87, 

A.M. 88. Physician Newtonville, Mass. 

POWERS, REV. WILLIAM F. Pastor . .Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass. 
RAFTER, AUGUSTINE L., A.M. 92. Supervisor, Boston 

Schools Boston, Mass. 

*REARDON, REV. DANIEL H. Priest, died Mar. 23, 1895. 
TRACEY, REV. JOSEPH V., D.D. St. Mary's Sem., 98. 

Pastor Brighton, Mass. 

WELCH, REV. MICHAEL J. Priest Somerville, Mass. 

* Deceased. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 71 

1883 

BARRETT, REV. JAMES A. Priest Revere, Mass. 

*CLEXTON, REV. EDWARD E. Priest, died Jan. 9, 1897. 

CORKERY, CORNELIUS S. 

*KIELY, REV. MICHAEL C. Priest, died 1900. 

MAHONEY, THOMAS F. Teacher. 

MAHONEY, REV. TIMOTHY J. Priest .South Boston, Mass. 

MOLLOY, HUGH J., A.M. St. Francis Xavier, 84. Pro- 
fessor, State Normal School Lowell, Mass. 

MONGAN, DR. CHARLES E., M.D. Harvard, 92, A.M. 
95. Physician Somerville, Mass. 

*MURPHY, REV. MICHAEL F. Priest, died Feb. 12, 1896. 

SHAY, DR. THOMAS M., M.D. Harvard, 89. Physician, 

Roxbury, Mass. 

* SHERIDAN, DR. OLIVER M., M.D. Univ. City of N. Y '., 
87, A.M. 92. Physician, died Feb. 2, 1907. 

SMITH, DR. DANIEL P., M.D. Bellevue, 87. Physician 

Forest Hills, Mass. 

WALSH, REV. HENRY A. Priest Woburn, Mass. 

1884 

AYLWARD, JAMES F., A.M., 92. Lawyer Cambridge, Mass. 

BARNES, DR. FRANCIS J., M.D. Harvard, 88, A.M. 92. 

Physician Cambridge, Mass. 

BRENNAN, GEORGE H. Theatrical manager New York, N. Y. 

BROWNE, REV. WALTER J. Priest ...South Boston, Mass. 

CARROLL, CHARLES V. Business Boston, Mass. 

COAKLEY, TIMOTHY W., A.M. 92. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

COAN, REV. JOHN J. Pastor Quincy, Mass. 

COLMAN, REV. PATRICK. Pastor Swampscott, Mass. 

CUNNINGHAM, REV. FRANCIS A., A.M. 85. Priest Belmont, Mass. 
FARLEY, PHILIP J., LL.B. Boston Univ., 87, A.M. 92. 

Lawyer Lowell, Mass. 

FINN, MICHAEL J. Business Columbus, Ohio 

*GARRITY, REV. JOHN J. Priest, died March 3, 1904. 
HOLLAND, REV. TIMOTHY J. Pastor Maplewood, Mass. 

* Deceased. 



72 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

LEARY, DR. JOHN H., M.D. Bellevue, 87, A.M. 95. 

Physician Fall River, Mass. 

MCCARTHY, DR. EUGENE A., M.D. Harvard, 87, A.M. 

92. Physician Cambridge, Mass. 

1885 

BRANNAN, REV. THOMAS F. Priest South Boston, Mass. 

*DOWNEY, REV. JOHN J. Priest, died Sept. 21, 1905. 
FLAHERTY, REV. MATTHEW J. Priest, Lecturer, St. 

John's Seminary Brighton, Mass. 

FOLEY, JEREMIAH G., LL.B. Boston Univ., 91, A.M. 93. 

Lawyer. 

GRADY, REV. HENRY T. Priest Chelsea, Mass. 

GRAHAM, REV. JOHN J. Priest. 

Supervisor of Diocesan Schools Haverhill, Mass. 

HARRIS, REV. RICHARD F., A.M. 93. Pastor. . .McMechen, W. Va. 
*HAYES, HON. JAMES E., A.M. 93. Lawyer, died Feb. 8, 1898. 
*HICKEY, MAURICE F. Died June 23, 1905. 

HURLEY, THOMAS J., A.M. 87. Clerk, City Hall ....Boston, Mass. 
LYONS, REV. GEORGE A. Priest 

Supervisor of Diocesan Schools Boston, Mass. 

LYONS, REV. JEREMIAH J. Priest Maiden, Mass. 

*McGUIGAN, REV JAMES P. Priest, died Dec. 27, 1905. 
MURPHY, REV. ' DANIEL M. Priest, Chaplain ....Roxbury, Mass. 

RYAN, REV. JOHN J. Pastor Cambridge, Mass. 

SCANNELL, REV. DANIEL P. Pastor Franklin 7 Mass. 

SULLIVAN, REV. JOHN P. Priest Marlboro, Mass. 

SUPPLE, REV PATRICK J., S.T.D. Propaganda, 90. 

Priest Cambridge, Mass. 

WINN, DR. CHARLES H., A.M. 87, M.D. Harvard, 88. 

Physician Roxbury, Mass. 

1886. 
♦CASEY, REV. PATRICK J. Deacon, died Mar. 3, 1891. 

CORBETT, REV. MARTIN J. Pastor Westfield, N. Y. 

DORNEY, JAMES W. 

HOPWOOD, JOHN H., A.M. 91. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

* Deceased. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S. 73 

KELEHER, DR. FRANCIS J., M.D. Harvard, 90, A.M. 90. 

Physician , Boston, Mass. 

KELLEHER, REV. JOHN B. Priest, Society of Jesus 

Washington, D. C. 
♦McGRATH, REV. MATTHEW H. Priest, died Jan. 30, 189S. 
♦O'GARA, JOHN W. 
SULLIVAN, JAMES. 

1887 

ANDERSON, REV. JOSEPH G. Pastor Boston, . Mass. 

♦CROWLEY, REV. DENNIS J. Priest, died Jan. 18, 1897. 
*CURTIS, DR. JOHN B., M.D. Harvard, 91, A.M. 95. 

Physician, died Oct. 1, 1898. 

DEGAN, REV. JOHN A. Priest Dorchester, Mass. 

♦DELANY, RT. REV. JOHN B., D.D., Late Bishop of Manchester, N. H. 

Died June 11, 1906. 

DERMODY, REV. JOSEPH J. Priest East Boston, Mass. 

DOHERTY, REV. OWEN J., A.M. 92. Priest Boston, Mass. 

FOLEY, REV. MAURICE P., S.T.D. Propaganda, 92. 

Rector, Cathedral St. Augustine, Fla. 

♦HARTY, JEREMIAH J. Scholastic, Society of Jesus, 

died March 23, 1896. 
HICKEY, DR. JOHN A., M.D. Harvard, 96. Physician 

East Boston, Mass. 

HORGAN, REV. DANIEL F. Priest East Cambridge, Mass. 

MACKIN, RICHARD J. Clerk, Custom House Boston, Mass. 

McGUIGAN, DR. JOHN J., M.D. Harvard, 90. A.M. 93. 

Physician Lynn, Mass. 

♦QUIRK, REV. EDWARD A. Priest, died Nov. 30, 1894. 
SHERIDAN, BERNARD M., A.M. 93- Superintendent of 

Schools Lawrence, Mass. 

STANTON, REV. JAMES F. Priest ...Norwood, Mass. 

1888 
BRETT, JOHN A. LL.B. Boston Univ., 93, A.M. 93. 

Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

♦DALEY, THOMAS J. Eccles. stud., died Aug. 24, 1891. 

* Deceased. 



74 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190^ 

GORMLEY, REV. PHILIP J. Priest Charlestown, Mass. 

HALLORAN, REV. FLORENCE J., S.T.B. St. Mary's 

Sem., 93. Priest Dorchester, Mass. 

KEANEY, DR. FRANCIS J., M.D. Harvard, 92, A.M. 92. 

Physician Boston, Mass. 

LENEHAN, REV. DANIEL W. Priest Somerville, Mass. 

Mclaughlin, daniel j. 

MURPHY, DR. TIMOTHY J., M.D. Harvard, 92, A.M. 95. 

Physician Roxbury, Mass. 

O'BRIEN, DR. JOHN R, M.D. Harvard, 92, A.M. 95. 
Physician Charlestown, Mass. 

*0'LALOR, CHARLES H. Scholastic, Society of Jesus. 
Died, Jan. 26, 1897. 

*0'SHEA, JOHN J. Lawyer, died June 20, 1896. 

SHANAHAN, REV. EDMUND T., S.T.D. Propa- 
ganda, 93, J. C. L. Roman Sem., 95, Ph.D. Roman Acad., 
95, Professor of Dogmatic Theology, Catholic Univ. Washington, D. C. 

SHEEHAN, DR. WILLIAM J., M.D. Harvard, 91, A.M. 
93. Physician Salem, Mass. 

WELLER, DR. FRANCIS J., M.D. Harvard, 94. Physi- 
cian South Boston, Mass. 



1889 

CLEARY, REV. HUGH J. Priest Somerville, Mass. 

CONDON, THOMAS J. Clerk South Boston, Mass. 

CRIMMINS, REV. DENIS P. Priest South Boston, Mass. 

CROWLEY, REV. MICHAEL F. Priest Charlestown, Mass. 

*DRISCOLL, REV. JOHN J. Priest, died May 6, 1904. 

GLYNN, REV. LAWRENCE J. Priest Brookline, Mass. 

HARRIGAN, REV. JOHN H. Priest Roxbury, Mass. 

LEAHY, REV. GEORGE V. Priest, S.T.B. Catholic 
Univ., 94, S.T.L. Catholic Univ., 95. Lecturer, St. John's 
Seminary Brighton, Mass. 

LEARY, JAMES H. Sub-Master, Emerson School ..East Boston, Mass. 

LEE, REV. PHILIP J. Priest Worcester, Mass. 

* Deceased. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 75 

MacCORMACK, REV. THOMAS J. Pastor . . Norwood, Mass. 

MALEY, REV. FRANCIS W., S. T. B. Catholic Univ.-, 

94. Priest South Boston, Mass. 

MCCARTHY, REV. JAMES J. Priest, Cathedral .....Boston, Mass. 

MCCARTHY, REV. THOMAS F. Priest Charlestown, Mass. 

McSWEENEY, DR. DANIEL J., M.D. Harvard, 03.. .... .Boston, Mass. 

MURPHY, REV. JAMES J. Priest Peabody, Mass. 

O'HARA, EDWARD P., A.M. 03. Master, English High 

School Boston, Mass. 

SKULLEY, FRANCIS J. Clerk Springfield, Mass. 

tBROGAN, FRANCIS M. Journalist Lowell, Mass. 



1890 

COTTER, JAMES. Business ."Boston, Mass. 

CRONIN, REV. DANIEL W. Priest Charlestown, Mass. 

DRUM, JOHN D., A.M. 92, LL. B. Boston Univ., 95. Law- 
yer Boston, Mass. 

DRUM, REV. WALTER M. Priest, Society of Jesus, Beirut, Syria. 
-*KELLEY, DENNIS M. Medical student, died June 29, 1893. 

LENNON, GEORGE T. Journalist Haverhill, Mass. 

LYNCH, REV. MAURICE. Priest East Weymouth, Mass. 

*MALONEY, REV. MICHAEL J. Priest, died Oct. 7, 1895. 

McDONALD, REV. ROBERT N. Pastor Calvary, Ky. 

O'CONNOR, REV. WILLIAM T. Priest Wakefield, Mass. 

QUINN, REV. PETER C. Priest Roxbury, Mass. 

SHERIDAN, REV. JOHN A. Priest Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

WILLIS, JOSEPH H., A.M. 93. Instructor, Boston College 

High School Boston, Mass. 

tBURKE, TOBIAS A. Journalist Portland, Maine 

*$CARROLL, REV. MICHAEL M., A.B. St. Mary's Sent. 
89. Priest, died. 



* Deceased. 

f Bachelor of Science. 

I Master of Arts. 



76 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S. 

1891 

CADIGAN, DR. JOHN J., A.M. St. Francis Xavier, 92, M.D. 
Harvard, 99. Physician, Instructor, English High School, Boston, Mass. 

COPPINGER, REV. JOSEPH F. Priest Boston, Mass. 

CREAGH, REV. JOHN t, A.M., 92, S.T.L. St. Thomas 

Aquinas, Rome, 96, J.U.L., J.C.D. Roman Sem., 97 

Associate Professor of Canon Law, Catholic Univ. . . Washington, D. C. 

DALEY, DR. ROBERT N., M.D. Harvard, 94, A.M. 95 
Physician South Boston, Mass. 

EAGAN, DR. JOHN J., M.D. Harvard, 94. Physician. .Gloucester, Mass. 

GALLIGAN, REV. CHARLES J. Priest West Newton, Mass. 

*GALLIVAN, DANIEL T. 

GRACE, PIERCE J., A.M. Georgetown, 92, B.M. George- 
town, 92. Business Boston, Mass. 

JOHNSTONE, REV. JULIAN E., A.M. Niagara, 95. 

Priest Quincy, Mass. 

KELLEHER, REV. JOHN F. Priest Watertown, Mass. 

*LYNCH, REV. RICHARD T. Deacon, died May 6, 1895. 

McCARTHY, REV. WILLIAM J. Priest Lynn, Mass. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM A., A.M. Georgetown, 92. Journalist, Boston, Mass. 

PELLETIER, JOSEPH C, A.M. 93, LL.B. Boston Univ., 95. 
Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

QUIRK, HON. CHARLES I., A.M. 95, LL.B. Boston Univ., 
95. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

READDY, REV. ALBERT M. Priest Charlestown, Mass. 

ULLRICH, REV. CHARLES A. Priest South Boston, Mass. 

WALSH, WILLIAM A., A.M. 03. Librarian, Lawrence Pub- 
lic Library Lawrence, Mass. 

WHALEN, REV. WILLIAM B. Priest South Boston, Mass. 

1892 

BURKE, DR. MICHAEL F., M.D. Harvard, 96. Physi- 
cian Natick, Mass. 

CARNEY, REV. DANIEL J. Priest Melrose, Mass. 

COULTHURST, JOHN A., A.M. Georgetown, 93, LL.B. 
Boston, Univ., 95. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

* Deceased. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S. 77 

CURTIN, REV. TIMOTHY A. Priest Lynn, Mass. 

DESMOND, JAMES A., A.M. 95. Clerk, City Hall .Boston, Mass. 

FLANNERY, REV. JAMES H. Priest Dorchester, Mass. 

GALLAGHER, DANIEL J., A.M. Boston Univ., 95. Law- 
yer Newton, Mass.. 

GILBRIDE, REV. MICHAEL C. Priest South Boston, Mass. 

HEANEY, REV. CHARLES P. Priest Dorchester, Mass.. 

*KEENAN, JOHN H., A.M. 93. Lawyer, died Jan. 29, 1902. 

MADDEN, REV. MARK E. Priest Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

McGILLICUDDY, DR. CORNELIUS J., M.D. Harvard, 96. 

Physician Boston, Mass. 

O'LEARY, TIMOTHY A. Business Lynn, Mass. 

WOODS, REV. TIMOTHY J. Priest Cambridgeport, Mass. 

fCUNNINGHAM, HENRY V., LL.B. Boston Univ., 87. 
Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

$OBER, RAYMOND A. Business Brookline, Mass. 

1893 

*BRICK, C.SS.R., REV. JAMES J. Priest, died June 8, 1900. 

*CRONIN, DR. JEREMIAH A., M.D. Bellevue, 96. Phy- 
sician. Died April 2, 1906. 

CRONIN, REV. JOHN J. Priest Whitman, Mass. 

CROWLEY, TIMOTHY F. Teacher Porto Rico- 

DOUGLASS, JOHN J., A.M., 96, LL.B. Georgetown, 96. 
Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

$FACEY, EDWARD A. Business Boston, Mass. 

FITZGERALD, DR. THOMAS P., M.D., Harvard, 97. 
Physician Brighton, Mass. 

KELLY, REV. JAMES F. Priest Newton, Mass. 

LENNON, JOSEPH M. Business Boston, Mass. . 

McLEOD, REV. EDWARD F. Priest Boston, Mass. 

MAGUIRE, DR. CHARLES F, M.D. Harvard, 97. Phy- 
sician Somerville, Mass. 

MALLEY, REV. AUGUSTINE D. Priest Charlestown, Mass. 

* Deceased. 

f Master of Arts (Honoris Causa). 

J Bachelor of Science. 



78 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

MULLIN, REV. WILLIAM G. Priest Lowell, Mass. 

O'CONNELL, HON. JOSEPH F., LL.B. Harvard, 96, 
Lawyer \ Boston, Mass. 

O'CONNELL, REV. WILLIAM H. Priest Boston, Mass. 

STACK, DR. CHARLES F., M.D. Harvard, 98. Physi- 
cian Hyde Park, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, MICHAEL A., LL.B. Boston Univ., 1900. 
Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

1894 

BURKE, JOHN J. Clerk, Probate Office Boston, Mass. 

CRAWFORD, DR. FRANCIS X., M.D. Harvard, 98. Physi- 
cian, Woman's Hospital New York, N. Y. 

DAVIS, OWEN F., LL.B. Boston Univ., 86. Lawyer ..Brockton, Mass. 
DELANEY, THOMAS A. 

DORSEY, JAMES A., LL.B. Boston Univ., 1900. Lawyer. .Boston, Mass. 
DRUM, JOSEPH C, LL.B. Georgetown, 99. Business, Sacramento, Cal. 

FLOOD, REV. JOHN J. Priest Newburyport, Mass. 

FOLEY, REV. PETER J. Priest Waltham, Mass. 

GLEASON, REV. MICHAEL M. Pastor Gibson City, 111. 

HEALY, DR. DANIEL L., M.D. Harvard, 98.. .South Framingham, Mass. 

HOUSTON, REV. FRANCIS H. Priest Hyde Park, Mass. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN C, LL.B. Harvard, 99. Lawyer ...Boston, Mass. 

LEONARD, JOHN M. Business Boston, Mass. 

MACDONALD, ALBERT E. Business Boston, Mass. 

MAGUIRE, JOHN F. Medical Student, Harvard Boston, Mass. 

MAHAR, REV. JOSEPH P. Priest Roxbury, Mass. 

McNULTY, JAMES A. Lawyer Philadelphia, Penn. 

MURRAY, FRANCIS A. Business .Boston, Mass. 

REGAN, REV. DAVID F., Ph.B. St. John's Sem., 95- Priest, 

Waltham, Mass. 
SMITH, DR. RICHARD A., M.D. Harvard, 99. Physician, Boston, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, REV. MICHAEL J. Priest Danvers, Mass. 

WHITE, DR. MICHAEL W., M.D. Harvard, 98. Physi- 
cian Somerville, Mass. 

1895 
BROCK, DR. LAWRENCE J., M.D. Harvard, 1900. Physi- 
cian Charlestown, Mass. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S 79 

CARRIGAN, THOMAS C. Lawyer ...Worcester, Mass. 

FARRELL, REV. JOHN M. Priest Dorchester, Mass. 

GOLDING, REV. THOMAS J. Priest Norwood, Mass. 

*HARTY, MARTIN J. Business, died October 24, 1901. 

HEALEY, WILLIAM C. S., A.B. Harvard, 98, A.M. 
Harvard, 99. Business East Boston, Mass. 

KINNEEN, PETER J., Business Arlington, Mass. 

KIRBY, JOHN J., A.M. Georgetown, 98, LL.B. George- 
town, 99 ; LL.M. Georgetown, 1900. Lawyer New York City, N. Y. 

LAMB, BERNARD F. Business .Boston, Mass. 

McCOY, REV. THOMAS R. Priest Boston, Mass. 

MURPHY, REV. WILLIAM J. Priest North Cambridge, Mass. 

NUGENT, REV. JOHN J. Pastor ... .St. Francis' Harbor, Nova Scotia 

SCANLAN, REV. MICHAEL J., A.M., Georgetown, 96. Priest, 

Boston, Mass. 

SHANNON, MICHAEL J. Head-Master, Lincoln School 

South Framingham, Mass. 

*STINSON. REV. JOHN T., S.T.B. Catholic Univ., 1900. 
Priest, died Nov. 15, 1904. 

WELCH, REV. JAMES E. Priest Chelsea, Mass. 

WELLER, GEORGE J. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

fKIRMAYER, FRANZ H. Professor, State Normal School 

Bridgewater, Mass. 

1896 

BERGIN, DR. STEPHEN A., M.D. Harvard, 1900. Physi- 
cian Worcester, Mass. 

BRICK, FRANCIS A. Principal Grammar School Bayonne, N. J. 

BUTLER, REV. MICHAEL A. Priest Everett, Mass. 

♦CAMPBELL, DR. WILLIAM J., M.D. Harvard, 1900. 
Physician, died June 14, 1901. 

COX, DR. SIMON F., M.D. Harvard, 1901. Physician. 

Superintendent Consumptives' Hospital Boston, Mass. 

CRONIN, REV. FRANCIS T. Priest West Newton, Mass. 

DELANY, REV. FREDERICK J. Priest Boston, Mass. 

* Deceased. 

■j- Doctor of Philosophy (periculo facto). 



80 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

DIERKES, HERMAN J. Business Dorchester, Mass. 

DURAN, REV. JOHN F. Priest Roxbury, Mass. 

GLEASON, REV. MATTHEW J. Priest Salem, Mass. 

HANNA, DR. THOMAS F., M.D. Harvard, 1900. Physi- 
cian Natick, Mass. 

HART, JOHN W., Jr. Business Washington, D. C. 

HASSON, WILLIAM J. Actor Boston, Mass. 

KINGSLEY, PATRICK H. 

LAWLESS, REV. JOSEPH P. Priest Cohasset, Mass. 

LEAHY, DAVID D., LL.B. Boston Univ., 1900. Lawyer. .Boston, Mass. 

LYONS, REV. HENRY M. Priest Marblehead, Mass. 

MAGUIRE, REV. MICHAEL F. Priest Brockton, Mass. 

MAHONEY, HERBERT J. Business Charlestown, Mass. 

MARTELL, CHARLES J., LL.B. Georgetown, 99;LL.M. 
Georgetown, 1900. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

MULLEN, DR. JOHN H., M.D. Harvard, 1900. Physician. 

Waltham, Mass. 

MURPHY, CORNELIUS P. J. Business Dorchester, Mass 

*MYERS, MATTHEW J. Died June, 1898. 

POTTS, LOUIS J., A.M. Georgetown, 98; LL.B. George- 
town, 99 ; Ph.D. Georgetown, 99. Lawyer City of Mexico 

REDICAN, REV. JAMES J. Priest, St. John's Industrial 
School Newton Highlands, Mass. 

RING, REV. CHARLES J. Priest Roxbury, Mass. 

SCANNELL, DAVID A. Business Brookline, Mass. 

SCANNELL, REV. PATRICK j. Priest Ipswich, Mass. 

WARREN, JAMES P. Instructor, Eastern District High 

School Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1897 
BROCK, HENRY M., S.B. Mass. Inst, of Technology, 1900. 
Scholastic, Society of Jesus, Holy Cross College ....Worcester, Mass. 

BROWN, REV. DENNIS W. Priest v .Cambridgeport, Mass. 

CAREY, REV. MICHAEL J., C.S.P. Priest San Francisco, Cal. 

*CORBETT, NICHOLAS D. Died Jan. 6, 1904. 

CROWLEY, REV. JAMES A. Priest Wakefield, Mass. 

CUNNIFF, PATRICK, S., LL.B. Georgetown, 99. Lawyer. 

Watertown, Mass. 

* Deceased. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S. 81 

DEVLIN, JAMES H., LL.B. Harvard. 1900. Lawyer. . . . Allston, Mass. 
DOLAN, ARTHUR W., LL.B. Harvard, 1900. Lawyer 

Charlestown, Mass. 
tDWYER, MICHAEL J., A.M. 98; LL.B. Boston Univ., 

1900. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

FOGARTY, FRANCIo W., LL.B. Harvard, 1900. Lawyer, 

Boston, Mass. 

GRAINGER, HENRY A. Druggist East Boston, Mass. 

KENNEY, REV. EDWARD. Priest Boston, Mass. 

LANE, RICHARD J. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

LYONS, REV. WILLIAM F. Priest West Lynn, Mass. 

McDERMOD, REV. HUGH M. Priest Lowell, Mass. 

McELENEY, JOHN T Charlestown, Mass. 

tMcLAUGHLIN, JAMES M., A.M. 98. Director of Music, 

Boston Public Schools Boston, Mass. 

MULLIN, REV. ALBERT C. Priest Somerville, Mass. 

O'NEIL, REV. LEO F. J. Priest Boston, Mass. 

SPLAINE, REV. MICHAEL J., D.D. Chancellor Cathedral, 

Boston, Mass. 
*SWEENEY, JOHN C. Died Nov. 1, 1900. 

WALSH, JOSEPH P., LL.B. Harvard, 1900. Lawyer .... Boston, Mass. 
WENNERBERG, JAMES B. Business Boston, Mass. 

1898 
AHERN, TIMOTHY J., LL.B. Boston Univ., 01. Lawyer. 

Roxbury, Mass. 

BERGIN, THOMAS F. Business Waltham, Mass. 

BREWIN, DR. JOHN A., M.D. Davidson College, North 

Carolina, 04. Physician Elmo, W. Va. 

CARNEY, FRANCIS J., LL.B. Harvard, ot. Lawyer, 

West Somerville, Mass. 

CHAPMAN, DANIEL J. Real Estate South Boston, Mass. 

COYNE, BARTHOLOMEW B., LL.B. Harvard, 01. Lawyer, 

New York, N. Y. 

DORE, DR. FRANCIS J., M.D. Harvard, '02. Novitiate, 

Society of Jesus Rochampton, England 

* Deceased. 

f Tha degree of Bachelor of Arts was conferred (pericu/a facto), Thnrsday December 30 

1897. 



82 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907- 1908. 

*DUFFY, CHARLES F. Died Sept. 4, 1906. 

DUFFY, JOHN F., LL.B. New York Univ. Law School, 01. 
Lawyer South Boston, Mass. 

*FARRELL, ARTHUR L., LL.B. Harvard, 02. Lawyer, 

East Cambridge, Mass. 

FARRELL, REV. WILLIAM J. Priest Lexington, Mass. 

FLYNN, REV. MAURICE F. Priest Roxbury, Mass. 

GALLAGHER, DR. JOHN V, M.D. Tufts, 02. Physician, Boston, Mass. 

GARRAHAN, REV. THOMAS C. Priest ..South Framingham, Mass. 

GRADY, THOMAS J., LL.B. Boston Univ., 01. Lawyer .. Boston, Mass. 

GRAINGER, DR. EDWARD* J., M.D. Harvard, 03. Phy- 
sician East Boston, Mass. 

KEOGH, JOSEPH L., LL.B. Harvard, 01. Lawyer Roxbury. Mass. 

LANDREGAN, REV. JAMES T. Priest South Lawrence, Mass. 

MAGUIRE, REV. CHARLES J. Priest Cambridge, Mass. 

MCLAUGHLIN, GEORGE A., LL.B. Harvard, 01. Lawyer 

New York, N. Y. 

MURPHY, DR. PATRICK W., M.D. Harvard, 02. Physi- 
cian Canton, Mass. . 

O'BRIEN, DR. CHARLES T., M.D. Harvard, 01. Physi- 
cian Woburn, Mass. 

ROONEY, DR. HENRY M., M.D. Univ. of Michigan. 
Physician Illinois 

RUSSELL, JAMES D. Teacher Dorchester, Mass. 

SHEEHAN, REV. JOHN P. Priest Brookline, Mass. 

SPLAINE, REV. RICHARD H. Priest Watertown, Mass. 

SUPPLE, REV. DAVID G., D.D. Priest Maiden, Mass. 

TEELING, REV. BENJAMIN F. Priest Boston, Mass. 

WHITE, DR. ARTHUR J., M.D. Harvard 04. Physician 

Dorchester, Mass. 

1899 

CADY, JOSEPH U. Teacher, English High School Boston, Mass. 

v East Boston. Mass. 

*CREED, WILLIAM C. Ecclesiastical Student. Died 

July 6, 1901. 
CRONIN, PATRICK D. Lawyer Washington. D. C. 

* Deceased. 



BOSTOX COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 83 

DALY, REV. EDMUND D. Priest Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

DOYLE, JOHN B., A.M., LL.B. Columbia, 03. Lawyer 

New York City, N. Y. 
FEELEY, EUGENE J. Teacher, Boston College High 

School Boston, Mass. 

FINN, REV. CHARLES A. Priest Salem, Mass. 

HAYES, JOHN J. Business Boston, Mass. 

LOUGHRY, JOSEPH P. Business New Haven, Conn. 

NUGENT, WILLIAM D. ■ Business Philadelphia, Pa. 

O'BRIEN, REV. CHARLES A. Priest Roxbury, Mass. 

POWERS, JOSEPH L. Instructor, Roxbury High School 

Arlington, Mass. 

SHEEHAN, REV. JOHN O'D. Priest Somerville, Mass. 

SWIFT, JOHN E. Lawyer . '. Boston, Mass. 

TEELING, RICHARD S., J.B., J.M. Boston Univ., 04. 

Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH R. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

1900 

ALLCHIN, REV. FREDERIC J. Priest . ...Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 

COLEMAN, DR. DAVID C, M.D. Georgetown, 04. Physi- 
cian, Beverly, Mass. 

COSTELLO, REV. EDWARD A. Priest Brockton, Mass. 

COVENEY, DENNIS J. Business Hyde Park, Mass. 

CROWLEY, REV. EDWARD F. Priest West Lynn, Mass. 

DAIGNAULT, ELPHEGE J. Lawyer Woonsocket, R. T. 

DONNELLY. REV. JAMES A. Priest Maynard. Mass 

DONOVAN, JEREMIAH J. Student, Mass. Inst, of Tech- 
nology -. .Randolph, Ma ; ^. 

DORE, REV. AMBROSE A. Priest Somerville, Mass. 

DUFFY, WILLIAM J. Priest Boston, Mass. 

FARRELL, REV. EDWARD P. Priest Manchester, N. H. 

FINIGAN, REV. WILLIAM B. Priest Roxbury, Mass. 

FOGARTY, ARTHUR H. Business Boston, Mass. 

FRAHER, REV. EDWARD J. Priest Jamaica Plain. Mass. 

GALLAGHER, JAMES C. Business Boston. Mass. 

GILL, REV. WALTER H. Priest Brockton. Mass. 

KELLEY, VINCENT L. Instructor Somerville, Mass. 



84 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-190S. 

MAGUIRE, REV. DENNIS J. Priest Beverly Farms, Mass. 

MAHONY, CHARLES F. Business Boston, Mass. 

MOORE, JOSEPH. Lawyer Concord, N. H. 

MULLIN, FRANCIS R. Lawyer Cambridge, Mass. 

O'BRIEN, REV. JOHN J. Priest Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

QUIGLEY, REV. GEORGE H. Priest Boston, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, EDWARD M. Lawyer. Associate Justice 

Third District Court, Essex Co Beverly, Mass. 

SUPPLE, REV. JAMES A., D.D. Priest Cambridge, Mass. 

WALSH, REV. JOHN F. Priest Cambridge, Mass. 

WELSH, REV. MARTIN S. Priest, Order of Preachers, 

Washington, D. C. 
1901 
CALLAHAN, DENNIS E. Principal Tarbox School, Lawrence, Mass. 

CROWLEY, JOSEPH F. Business East Boston, Mass. 

CURRY, REV. WILLIAM T. Priest Haverhill, Mass. 

EARLY, REV. JOSEPH L. Priest, Catholic University 

Washington, D. C. 
FOLEY, DANIEL A. Teacher, Roxbury High School ..Boston, Mass. 

GATELY, REV. GEORGE A. Priest Rockland, Mass. 

HESSION, THOMAS P. Business Boston, Mass. 

LAVELLE, THOMAS D. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

LYNCH, REV DENNIS J. Priest Concord, Mass. 

McDONOUGH, VINCENT S. Scholastic, Society of Jesus 

St. John's College, New York City 

McGRATH, HUGH C. Instructor Boston, Mass. 

McNAMARA, WILLIAM F., LL.B. Georgetown, '04. 

Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

MITCHELL, REV. WALTER J. Priest Boston, Mass.. 

MURDOCK, JAMES M. Teacher, Washington School ..Boston, Mass. 
MURPHY, DR. JAMES C, M.D. Harvard, 05 ....Norwood, Mass. 

NORRIS, REV. CORNELIUS J. Priest Columbus, O. 

O'HARA, JOHN J., LL.B. Georgetown 04. Lawyer ..Boston, Mass. 

O'REGAN, REV PETER L., C.S.P. Priest Chicago, 111. 

*REARDON, JOHN A. Died Oct. 7, 1906. 

PENAUD, REV. JOHN L. Priest ■ Waterville, Me. 

RICH, WILLIAM J. Business Boston, Mass. 

* Deceased. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 85 

ROCHE, REV. WALTER J. Priest Cambridge, Mass. 

RYAN, REV. DAVID D. Priest Boston, Mass. 

RYAN, REV. EDWARD F. Priest, American College Rome 

SPELMAN, THOMAS M. Lawyer Newtonville, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, AUGUSTUS L. Business Boston, Mass. 

TRAINOR, LAWRENCE A. Business Boston, Mass. 

WOODIS, JOHN J. Business Boston, Mass. 

1902 

BENSON, EDWIN F. Master, English High School ...Boston, Mass. 

BUCKLEY, REV. JOHN C. Priest Boston, Mass. 

CALLAHAN, DR. HENRY A, M.D. Harvard, 06. Physician, 
Carney Hospital Boston, Mass. 

COLLINS, P. HENRY. Business Whitman, Mass. 

CONNOLLY, JAMES F. Business Porto Rico 

CURRY, ARTHUR L. Business Boston, Mass. 

FEGAN, EDWARD J., A.M. Georgetown; 03 ; LL.B. George- 
town, 05. Lawyer Boston, Mass. 

FLYNN, REV. WILLIAM H. Priest Boston,Mass. 

FOX, JOHN M. Scholastic, Society of Jesus Woodstock, Md. 

GALLAGHER, DANIEL F. Business Quincy, Mass. 

KOEN, WILLIAM H. Business Salem, Mass. 

LENNON, JOSEPH A., A.M., Georgetown, 03. Law Stu- 
dent, Georgetown University Washington, D. C. 

McCARTY, REV. JAMES E. Priest Boston, Mass. 

McCUSKER, CORNELIUS M. Business So. Groveland, Mass. 

McGLINCHEY, REV. JOSEPH F. Deacon, American College ...Rome 

McKENNA, HENRY C. Law Student, Georgetown Uni- 
versity Washington, D. C. 

MEHERAN, REV. JOHN F. Priest Boston, Mass. 

MULROY, JAMES T. Business Boston, Mass. 

O'BRIEN, REV. FRANCIS A. Priest Lincoln, Neb. 

O'CONNOR, REV. TIMOTHY J. Priest Boston, Mass. 

O'NEIL, LEO F., E.E. Columbia, 06. General Electric Co., 
West Lynn Boston, Mass. 

RYAN, JOSEPH A. Business. Keene, N. H. 



86 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

SLINEY, REV. EDMUND C. Priest Boston, Mass. 

TIERNEY, REV. WILLIAM E. . Priest Boston, Mass. _ 

1903 

CAREY, DANIEL C. Eccl. Student, Paulist House of 

Studies Washington, D. C. 

CONNOLLY, MARTIN J. Mining Engineer Salt Lake City, Utah 

COVENEY, PHILIP P., J.B. Boston University, 05. Lawyer, 

Hyde Park, Mass. 
CRONIN, JAMES F. Eccl. Student, Paulist House of 

Studies Washington, D. C. 

CROWLEY, THOMAS F. Medical student, Harvard, Holliston, Mass. 
CUNNINGHAM, REV. CHARLES N. Deacon, St. John's 

Seminary Brighton, Mass. 

DEVANEY, PATRICK A. Medical student, Harvard 

Waltham, Mass. 

DRISCOLL, MARK C. Student, American College Rome 

DUFFY, JOSEPH M. Teacher, Boston Public Schools ..Boston, Mass. 
FITZPATRICK, FRANCIS J. Medical student, Harvard 

Boston, Mass. 
GOOD, WILLIAM J., J.B. and J.M. Boston University, 06. 

Lawyer Randolph, Mass. 

GRIFFIN, JOSEPH W. Teacher Porto Rico 

KELLEY, THOMAS E. Teacher, Boston Public Schools, Boston, Mass. 

KENDREGAN, JAMES H. Teacher Milwaukee, Wis. 

LUCEY, DANIEL J. Law student, Georgetown Melrose, Mass. 

POWERS, JOHN H. Student, American College Rome 

RILEY, JOHN C. Teacher, Boston Public Schools Boston, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, JOHN H. Medical student, Harvard ....Boston, Mass. 
SULLIVAN, PATRICK J. Student, St. John's Seminary 

Brighton, Mass. 
SUPPLE, EDWARD A. Medical student, Harvard .... Holliston, Mass. 
TIGHE, MICHAEL A. Medical student, Harvard ....Lowell, Mass. 
WARD, FREDERICK A. Business Saxonville, Mass. 

1904 
BARDEN, JOSEPH A., Student, St. John's Seminary. .Brighton, Mass. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 87 

BARRETT, JOHN V. Teacher Laconia, N. H. 

COLLINS, JAMES E. Business Boston, Mass. 

CROWLEY, JAMES A. Teacher, Boston Public Schools. .Boston, Mass. 
CUMMINGS, JOHN J. Teacher, Boston Public Schools. .Boston, Mass. 
DEVLIN, NEIL J. Teacher, St. Joseph's Institute for 

Blind Jersey City, N. J. 

DORE, CLEMENT J. Business New York City 

DORE, LEO A. Novitiate, Society of Jesus Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

DOWNEY, JAMES H. Student, St. John's Seminary. .Brighton, Mass. 
DOWNEY, MICHAEL J. Teacher, Boston Public Schools 

Boston, Mass. 

DRISCOLL, JAMES W. Business Lynn, Mass. 

FULTON, DAVID H. Teacher, Newman School . . . Hackensack, N. J. 
KENNEDY, PHILIP F. Student, .Mass. Inst. Technology 

Boston, Mass. 
LEDDY, CHARLES J. Student, St. John's Seminary, Brighton, Mass. 
LYDON, PATRICK J. Student, St. John's Seminary . . .Brighton,Mass. 
MacNEILL, FRANCIS A. Student, St. John's Seminary, Brighton, Mass 
MADDEN, JOHN C. Law student, Boston University ..Newton, Mass.. 

tMAHAN, GEORGE B. Business Boston, Mass. 

MASTERSON, VINCENT P. Principal, Blackstone High 

School Blackstone, Mass. 

McELANEY, HUGH J. Teacher, Boston Public Schools . . Boston, Mass. 
MILLARD, RICHARD S., Jr. Student, St. John's Semi- 
nary Brighton, Mass. 

MILLER, WILLIAM T. Teacher, Boston Public Schools 

Boston, Mass. 
MULDOON, FREDERICK F. Student, St. John's Semi- 
nary Brighton, Mass. 

MURDOCK, STEPHEN J. Teacher, Boston Public Schools 

Boston, Mass. 
MURPHY, DANIEL J., JR. Medical Student, Bellevue, New York City 

MURPHY, LEONARD A. Teacher Duramer Academy 

QUINLAN, JOSEPH J. Business New York City 

QUINN, JOSEPH A. Business Waltham, Mass. 

SHEA, JOACHIM P. Business Boston, Mass. 

f Bachelor of Science. 



88 BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

SHEANON, JOSEPH P. Business Boston, Mass. 

JDeMOREIRA, MANUEL. Business Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

1905 
CAMPBELL, EDWARD J. Student, St. John's Seminary 

Brighton, Mass. 
CASHMAN, JOHN J., Jr. Student, Seminary of Our Lady 

of the Angels Niagara Falls 

COLLINS, ALBERT S. Student, Seminary of Our Lady of 

the Angels Niagara Falls 

DANAHY, MICHAEL J. Student, St. John's Seminary 

Brighton, Mass. 

DUNN, JAMES E. Law student, Georgetown Washington, D. C. 

EBERLE, GEORGE T. Novitiate, of the Society of Jesus 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
GIBLIN, EDWARD M. Teacher, Boston Public Schools 

Holliston, Mass. 

GRAINGER, GEORGE L. Business Boston, Mass. 

GREENE, JOHN F. Student, Mass. Inst. Technology Boston, Mass. 
HARKINS, HOWLAND J. Student, Seminary of Our 

Lady of the Angels Niagara Falls 

HOWARD, RICHARD F. Student, St. John's Seminary 

Brighton, Mass. 

KERENS, JOHN T. Business Washington, D. C. 

LAMBERT, WALTER J. Student, St. John's Seminary 

Brighton, Mass. 
LYONS, GEORGE A. Medical student, Harvard ...Winchester, Mass. 
McGUINNESS, JAMES L. Student, St. John's Seminary, Brighton, Mass. 

McMANUS, BERNARD I. Teacher Natick, Mass. 

NEVINS, JOSEPH V.' Student, St. John's Seminary 

Brighton, Mass. 

O'BRIEN, WILLIAM A. Teacher, Seton Hall Orange, N. J. 

♦O'CONNOR, PATRICK J. Died August, 1906. 

O'HERN, DANIEL J. Law student, Columbia ....Hyde Park, Mass. 

SPENCER, JOHN W. Student, St. John's Seminary 

Brighton, Mass. 

* Deceased. 

$ The degree of Master of Arts (Honoris Causa) was conferred March 2f, 1904. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. S9 

SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY C. Student, St. John's Seminary 

Brighton, Mass. 

1906 

CRONIN, NEIL A. Student, American College Rome 

FITZGIBBONS, JOSEPH M. Student, St. John's Semi- 
nary Brighton, Mass. 

GALLAGHER, JOHN P. Business Watertown, Mass. 

GIFFORD, IRVING L. Student, St. John's Seminary ..Brighton, Mass. 

GODVIN, JOHN B. Business Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

HOGAN, FRANCIS X. Student in Pedagogy, Harvard, Lawrence, Mass. 

McMORROW, JOHN F. Teacher, Boston College High 

School Boston, Mass. 

McMORROW, WILLIAM M. Business Boston, Mass. 

MURPHY, JOSEPH A. Student, American College Rome 

O'BRIEN, ANDREW J. Student, American College Rome 

POWERS, RICHARD F. Business Boston, Mass. 

REARDON, HENRY C. Student, St. John's Seminary, Brighton, Mass. 

REGAN, JOHN J. Principal of School Odessa, Minn. 

REYNOLDS, EUGENE J. Teacher Porto Rico 

TWOMEY, EUGENE A. Student, St. John's Seminary, Brighton, Mass. 

WELCH, JOHN F. Business Chelsea, Mass. 

WHALEN, LEONARD S. Student in Pedagogy, Bridge- 
water Normal School Boston, Mass. 

f COCHRANE, MARTIN J. Business Brookline, Mass. 



1907. 

BURNS, JOSEPH K. Business Quincy, Mass. 

CARR, JAMES W. Business ■. . . Cambridge, Mass. 

COLLINS, VALENTINE A. Teacher Whitman, Mass. 

DORR, ANDREW N. Business Dorchester, Mass. 

FITZGERALD, DAVID V. Student, American College Rome 

FLATLEY, NICHOLAS J. Journalist Maiden, Mass. 

GRADY, JOHN P. Eccl. Student, Paulist House of Studies, 

Washington, D. C. 

t Bachelor of Science. J[ 



9° BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 

HURLEY, EDWARD J. Student, American College Rome 

KELLY, FRANCIS E. Business Cambridge, Mass. 

LYONS, DANIEL M. Teacher Dorchester, Mass. 

Mc GUINESS,. HENRY J. Journalist Boston, Mass. 

MURRAY, JOHN J. Business So. Boston, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, JOSEPH D. Teacher Porto Rico 

SUPPLE, JAMES E. Business Chelsea, Mass. 

WHEATLEY, WILLIAM J. Business Ballardvale, Mass. 

WILLIAMS, DAVID L 



Alumni Catalogue 



AHERN, Timothy J. 
ALLCHIN, Rev. Frederick J. 
ALLISON, Rev. James W. 
ANDERSON, Rev. Joseph G. 
AYLWARD, James F. 

BALL, Dr. Thomas J. 
BARDEN, Joseph A. 
BARNES, Dr. Francis J. 
BARRETT, Rev. James A. 
BARRETT, John V. 
BENSON, Edwin F. 
BARRY, Rev. Garrett J. 
BERGIN, Dr. Stephen A. 
BERGIN, Thomas F. 
BRANNAN, Rev. Thomas F. 
BRENNAN, George H. 
BRETT, John A. 
BREWIN, Dr. John A. 
BRICK, Francis A. 
*BRICK, C. SS. R., Rev. Jas. 
BROCK, Henry M. 
BROCK, Dr. Lawrence J. 
BRODERICK, Rev. John F. 
tBROGAN, Francis M. 
BROWN, Rev. Dennis W. 
BROWNE, Rev. Walter J. 
*BUCKLEY, Dennis 
BUCKLEY, Rev. John C. 
BURKE, John J. 



98 BURKE, Dr. Michael F. 92 

00 tBURKE, Tobias A. 90 

79 BURNS, Edward F. 80 

87 BURNS, Joseph K. 07 
84 BUTLER, Rev. Francis J. 80 

BUTLER, Rev. Michael A. 96 

82 *BYRNES, Rev. Edward P. 78 
04 

84 CADIGAN, Dr. John J. 91 

83 CADY, Joseph P. 99 
04 CAHALAN, Rev. John J. 82 
02 CALLAHAN, Dennis E. 01 

80 CALLAHAN, Dr. Henry A. 02 
96 CALLANAN, Rev. Patrick H. 77 
pS CALLANAN, Dr. Samson A. 82 

85 CAMPBELL, Edward J. 05 

84 ^CAMPBELL, Dr. William J. 96 

88 CAREY, Daniel C. 03 
9 8 CAREY, Rev. Michael J. 97 

9 6 CARNEY, Rev. Daniel J. 92 

93 CARNEY, Francis J. 98 

97 CARR, James W. 07 
95 CARRIGAN, Thomas C. 95 
77 CARROLL, Charles V. 84 

89 *tCARROLL, Rev. Michael M. 90 
97 *CASEY, Rev. Patrick H. 86 
84 CASHMAN, John J., Jr. 05 

81 CHAPMAN, Daniel J. 98 
02 CLEARY, Rev. Hugh J. 89 

94 *CLEXTON, Rev. Edward E. 83 



* Deceased. 

f Degree other than A. B. 



t)2 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1900. 



COAKLEY, Timothy W. 
COAN, Rev. John J. 
tCOCHRANE, Martin J. 
COGHLAN, Thomas I. 
COLEMAN, Dr. David C. 
COLLINS, Albert S. 
*COLLINS, Rev. Daniel J. 
■COLLINS, James E. 
COLLINS, Patrick H. 
COLLINS, Valentine A. 
COLMAN, Rev. Patrick 
CONDON, Thomas J. 
CONNOLLY, James F. 
■CONNOLLY, Martin J. 
COPPINGER, Rev. Joseph F. 
CORBETT, Rev. Martin J. 
*CORBETT, Nicholas D. 
CORKERY, Cornelius S. 
COSTELLO, Rev. Edward A. 
COTTER, James 
COULTHURST, John A. 
COVENEY, Dennis J. 
COVENEY, Philip P. 
COX, Dr. Simon F. 
COYNE, Bartholomew B. 
CRAWFORD, Dr. Francis X. 
CREAGH, Rev. Dr. John T. 
*CREED, William C. 
CRIMMINS, Rev. Dennis P. 
CRONIN, Rev. Daniel W. 
CRONIN, Rev. Francis T. 
CRONIN, James F. 
*CRONIN, Dr. Jeremiah A. 
CRONIN, Rev. John J. 
CRONIN, Neil A. 
CRONIN, Patrick D. 



84 CROWE, Rev. John A. 80 

84 'CROWLEY, Rev. Dennis J. 87 

06 CROWLEY, Rev. Edward F. 00 
78 CROWLEY, Rev. James A. 97 
00 CROWLEY, James A. 04 

05 CROWLEY, Joseph F. 01 
77 CROWLEY, Rev. Michael F. 89 
04 CROWLEY, Timothy F. 93 
02 CROWLEY, Thomas F. 03 

07 CUMMINGS, John J. 04 
84 tCUMMINS, Rev. John F. 72 
89 CUNNIFF, Patrick S. 197 

02 CUNNINGHAM, Rev. Chas. N- 03 

03 CUNNINGHAM, Rev. Francis A. 84 

91 tCUNNINGHAM, Henry V. 92 
86 CURRY, Arthur L. 02 

97 CURRY, Rev. William T. 01 
83 CURTIN, Rev. Timothy A. 92 
00 *CURTIS, Dr. John B. 87 
90 

92 DAIGNAULT, Elphege J. 00 
00 DALY, Rev. Edmund D. 99 
03 DALY, Dr. Robert N. 91 
96 DALY, Rev. John A. . 81 

98 *DALY, Rev. Thomas J. 88 
94 DANAHY, Michael J. 05 
91 DAVIS, Owen F. 94 

99 DAW, Rev. John C. 81 

89 DEGAN, Rev. John A. 87 

90 DELANEY, Thomas A. 94 
96 DELANY, Rev. Frederick J. 96 
03 *DELANY, Rt. Rev. J. B., D.D. 87 

93 IDeMOREIRA, Manuel 04 
93 DERMODY, Rev. Joseph J. 87 

06 DESMOND, James A. 92 
99 DEVANEY, Patrick A. 03 



* Deceased. 

t Degree other than A. B. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



93- 



DEVLIN, James rf. 
DEVLIN, Neil J. 
DIERKES, Herman J. 
DOLAN, Arthur W. 
DOHERTY, Rev. Owen J. 
DONNELLY, Rev. James A. 
DONOVAN, Jeremiah J. 
DONOVAN, Rev. John M. 
DOODY, Rev. Michael J. 
DORE, Rev. Ambrose A. 
DORE, Clement J. 
DORE, Dr. Francis J. 
DORE, Leo A. 
DORNEY, James W. 
DORR, Andrew N. 
DORSEY, James A. 
DOUGLASS, John J. 
DOWNEY, James H. 
*DOWNEY, Rev. John J. 
DOWNEY, Michael J. 
DOYLE, John B. 
DRISCOLL, James W. 
*DRISCOLL, Rev. John J. 
DRISCOLL, Mark C. 
DRUM, John D. 
DRUM, Joseph C. 
DRUM, S. J., Rev. Walter M. 
*DUFFY, Charles F. 
DUFFY, John F. 
DUFFY, Joseph M. 
DUFFY, Rev. William J. 
DUNN, James E. 
DUNN, Dr. William A. 
DURAN, Rev. John F. 
tDWYER, Michael T. 



97 EAGAN, Dr. John J. 91 
04 EARLY, Rev. Joseph L. 01 
96 EBERLE, George T. 05- 

97 

87 tFACEY, Edward A. 93. 

00 FARLEY, Philip J. 84 

00 *FARRELL, Arthur L. 98 

77 FARRELL, Rev. Edward P. 00 

80 FARRELL, Rev. John M. 95 

00 FARRELL, Rev. William J. 98 

04 FEELEY, Eugene J. 99- 

98 FEGAN, Rev. Edward J. 82 
04 FEGAN, Edward J. 02 
86 FINIGAN, Rev. William B. 00 
07 FINN, Rev. Charles A. 99 
94 FINN, Michael J. 84- 

93 FITZGERALD, David V. 07 
04 FITZGERALD, Rev. Edward S. 82 
85 FITZGERALD, Rev. Joseph A. 79 
04 FITZGERALD, Dr. Thomas P. 93. 

99 FITZGIBBONS, Joseph M. 06 

04 FITZPATRICK, Francis J. 03 

89 FLAHERTY, Rev. Matthew J. 85 
03 FLANNAGAN, Thomas P. 81 

90 FLANNERY, Rev. James H. 92 

94 FLATLEY, Nicholas J. 07 
90 FLOOD, Rev. John J. 94. 
98 *FLYNN, Hon. Edward J. 81 
98 FLYNN, Rev. Maurice F. 98 
03 FLYNN, Rev. William H. 02 
00 FOGARTY, Arthur H. 00 

05 FOGARTY, Francis W. 97 
72 FOLEY, Daniel A. B. 01 

96 FOLEY, Jeremiah G. 8$. 

97 FOLEY, Rev. Maurice F. 87 
FOLEY, Rev. Peter J. 94- 



* Deceased. 

t Degree other than A. B. 



94 



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*FORD, Rev. John F. 81 

FOX, S. J., John M. 02 

FRAHER, Rev. Edward J. 00 

FULTON, David H. 04 

GALLAGHER, Daniel F. 02 

GALLAGHER, Daniel J. 92 

GALLAGHER, James C. 00 

GALLAGHER, Rev. John M. 78 

GALLAGHER, John P. 06 

GALLAGHER, Dr. John V. 98 

GALLIGAN, Rev. Charles J. 91 

*GALLIGAN, Rev. John 77 

*GALLIVAN, Daniel T. 91 

GARRAHAN, Rev. Thomas C. 98 

*GARRITY, Rev. John J. 84 

GARTLAND, Peter F. 82 

GATELEY, Rev. George A. 01 

GIBLIN, Edward M. 05 

GIFFORD, Irving L. 06 

GILBRIDE, Rev. Michael C. 92 

GILFETHER, Rev. James F v 80 

GILL, Rev. Walter H. 00 

GLEASON, Rev. Matthew J. 96 

GLEASON, Rev. Michael M. 94 

GLENNEN, Rev. Charles F. 79 

GLENNON, Dr. Michael 77 

GLYNN, Rev. Lawrence J. 89 

GODVIN, John B. 06 

GOLDING, Rev. Thomas J. 95 

GOOD, William J. 03 

GORMLEY, Rev. Philip J. 88 

GRACE, Pierce J. 91 

GRADY, Rev. Henry T. 85 

GRADY, John P. 07 

GRADY, Thomas J. 98 



GRAHAM, Rev. John J. 
GRAINGER, Dr. Edward J. 
GRAINGER, George L. 
GRAINGER, Henry A. 
GREENE, John F. 
GRIFFIN, Rev. John H. 
GRIFFIN, Joseph W. 

HALLORAN, Rev. Florence 
HANNA, Dr. Thomas F. 
HARKINS, Howland J. 
*HARRIGAN, Cornelius J. 
HARRIGAN, Rev. John H. 
*HARRINGTON, John F. 
HARRIS, Rev. Richard F. 
HART, Jr., John W. 
*HART, Stephen J. 
*HARTY, S. J., Jeremiah J. 
*HARTY, Martin J. 
HASSON, William J. 
-*HAYES, Hon. James" E. 
HAYES, John J. 
*HEALEY, Rev. Timothy J. 
HEALEY, William C. S. 
HEALY, Dr. Daniel L. 
HEANEY, Rev. Charles P. 
tHERRMANN, James 
HESSION, Thomas P. 
HICKEY, Dr. John A. 
*HICKEY. Maurice F. 
HOGAN, Francis X- 
HOLLAND, Rev. Timothy J 
HOPWOOD, John H. 
HORGAN, Rev. Daniel F. 
HOUSTON, Rev. Francis H. 
HOWARD, Richard F. 



J. 



98 
05 
97 
OS 
81 

03 



96 
05 
78 
89 
79 
85 
96 
77 
87 
95 
96 

85 

99 
81 

95 
94 
92 

78 
01 

87 

85 
06 

84 
86 
87 
94 
OS 



* Deceased. 

■j" Degree other than A. B. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



95 



HOYNES, Edward F. 78 

HURLEY, Edward J. 07 

HURLEY, Thomas J. 85 

JOHNSTON, John C. 94 
JOHNSTONE, Rev. Julian E. 91 

KEANEY, Dr. Francis J. 88 

*KEENAN, John H. 92 

KELEHER, Dr. Francis J. 86 

KELLEHER, Rev. John B. 86 

KELLEHER, Rev. John F. 80 

KELLEHER, Rev. John F. 91 

*KELLEY, Dennis M. 90 

KELLEY, Thomas E. 03 

KELLEY, Vincent L. 00 

KELLY, Francis E. 07 

♦KELLY, Rev. Hugh B. 82 

KELLY, Rev. James F. 93 

KELLY, John W. 80 

*KELLY, Rev. Martin F. 79 

♦KELLY, Dr. William P. 78 

KENDREGAN, James H. 03 

KENNEDY, Daniel F. 80 

KENNEDY, Philip F. 04 

KENNEY, Rev. Edward 97 

KEOGH, Joseph L. 98 

KERENS, John T. 05 

♦KEYES, Rev. Joseph E. 79 

♦KIELY, Rev. Michael C. 83 

KINGSLEY, Patrick H. 96 

KINNEEN, Peter J. 95 

KIRBY, John J. 95 

tKIRMAYER, Franz H. 95 

KOEN, William H. 02 



♦LALLY, Rev. John J. 81 

LAMB, Bernard F. 95 

LAMB, S. J., Edward P. 80 

♦LAMB, S. J., John B. 78 

LAMBERT, Walter J. 05 

LANE, Richard J. 97 

LANDREGAN, Rev. Jas. T. 98 

LAVELLE, Thomas D. 01 

LAWLESS, Rev. Joseph P. 96 

LEAHY, David D. 96 

LEAHY, Rev. George V. 89 

LEARY, James H. 89 

LEARY, Dr. John H. 84 

LEDDY, Charles J. 04 

LEE, Rev. Denis F. 82 

LEE, Rev. Philip J. 89 
LENEHAN, Rev. Daniel W. 88 

LENNON, George T. 90 

LENNON, Joseph A. 02 

LENNON, Joseph M. 93 

LEONARD, John M. 94 

♦LONG, Michael J. 81 

LOUGHRY, Joseph P. 99 

LUCEY, Daniel J. 03 

LYDON, Patrick J. 04 

LYNCH, Rev. Dennis J. 01 

*LYNCH, Rev. John T. 81 

LYNCH, Rev. Maurice 90 

♦LYNCH, Rev. Richard T. 91 

LYONS, Daniel M. 07 

LYONS, Rev. George A. 85 

LYONS, George A. 05 

LYONS, Rev. Henry M. 96 

LYONS, Dr. Herbert H. 78 

LYONS, Rev. Jeremiah J. 85 

LYONS, Rev. William F. 97 



* Deceased. 

I Degree other than A. B. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



MacCORMACK, Rev. Thomas J. 89 

MACDONALD, Albert E. 94 

MACDONALD, Dr. William G. 78 

MACHUGH, James B. 81 

MACKIN, Richard J. 87 

MACNEILL, Francis A. 04 

MADDEN, John C. 04 

MADDEN, Rev. Mark E. 92 

MAGUIRE, Dr. Charles F. 93 

MAGUIRE, Rev. Charles J. 98 

MAGUIRE, Rev. Dennis J. 00 

MAGUIRE, John F. 94 

MAGUIRE, Rev. Michael F. 96 

tMAHAN, George B. 04 

MAHAR, Rev. Joseph P. 94 

MAHONEY, Herbert J. 96 

MAHONEY, Thomas F. 83 

*MAHONEY, Rev. Thomas J. 80 

MAHONEY, Rev. Timothy J. 83 

MAHONY, Charles F. 00 

MALEY, Rev. Francis W. 89 

MALLEY, Rev. Augustine D. 93 

*MALONEY, Rev. Michael J. 90 

*MANAHAN, James S. 79 

MARTELL, Charles J. 96 

MASTERSON, Vincent P. 04 

MCCARTHY, Dr. Eugene A. 84 

MCCARTHY, Rev. James J. 89 

MCCARTHY, Rev. John W. 80 

MCCARTHY, Rev. Thomas F. 89 

MCCARTHY, Rev. William J. 91 

McCARTY, Rev. James E. 02 

McCOY, Rev. Thomas R. 95 

McCUSKER, Cornelius M. 02 

McDERMOD, Rev. Hugh M. 97 

McDONALD, Rev. Robert N. 00 



McDONOUGH, S. J., Vincent S. or 
McELANEY, Hugh J. 04 
McELENEY, John T. 97 
McGILLICUDDY, Dr. Corne- 
lius J. 92 
McGLINCHEY, Rev. Joseph F. 02 
McGRATH, Hugh C. 01 
*McGRATH, Rev. Matthew H. 86 
*McGUIGAN, Rev. James P. 85 
McGUIGAN, Dr. John J. 87 
McGUINESS, Henry J. 07 
McGUINNESS, James L. 05 
McKENNA, Henry C. 02 

Mclaughlin, Daniel j. , 88 

tMcLAUGHLIN, Edward A. 72 

Mclaughlin, George a. 98 

Mclaughlin, jas. m. 07 

MCLAUGHLIN, Dr. Joseph I. 82 
MCLAUGHLIN, Rev. Thomas H. 82 

McLEOD, Rev. Edward F. 93 

McMORROW, J. Francis 06 

McMORROW, Wiliiam M. 06 

McNAMARA, William F. 01 

McMANUS, Bernard I. 05 

*McMANUS, Rev. Patrick B. 79 

McNULTY, James A. 94 

McSWEENEY, Dr. Daniel J. 89 

MEHERAN, Rev. John F. 02 

MERRITT, Rev. Nathaniel J. 80 

MILLARD, Richard S., Jr. 04 

MILLER, William T. 04 

MILLERICK, Rev. William J. 77 

MITCHELL, Rev. Walter J. 01 

MOLLOY, Hugh J. 83 

MONGAN, Dr. Charles E. 83 

MOORE, Rev. John J. 82 



* Deceased. 

f Degree other than A. B. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



97 



MOORE, Joseph 
MORIARTY, Rev. Daniel W. 
MULDOON, Frederick F. 
MULLEN, Dr. John H. 
MULLIN, Rev. Albert C. 
MULLIN, Francis R. 
MULLIN, Rev. William G. 
MULROY, James T. 
MURDOCK, James M. 
MURDOCK, Stephen J. 
MURPHY, Cornelius P. J. 
MURPHY, Daniel A. 
MURPHY, Daniel J., Jr. 
MURPHY, Rev. Daniel M. 
MURPHY, Dr. James C. 
MURPHY, Rev. James J. 
MURPHY, James R. 
MURPHY, Joseph A. 
MURPHY, Leonard A. 
♦MURPHY, Rev. Michael F. 
MURPHY, Dr. Patrick W. 
MURPHY, Dr. Timothy J. 
MURPHY, William A. 
MURPHY, Rev. William J. 
MURRAY, Francis A. 
MURRAY, John J. 
♦MYERS, Matthew J. 

NEVINS, Joseph V. 
NORRIS, Rev. Cornelius J. 
NUGENT, William D. 
NUGENT, Rev. John J. 

tOBER, Raymond A. 
O'BRIEN, Andrew J. 
O'BRIEN, Rev. Charles A. 



98 
02 
88 
00 
OS 
83 
93 



00 O'BRIEN, Dr. Charles T. 

79 O'BRIEN, Rev. Francis A. 

04 O'BRIEN, Dr. John F. 

96 O'BRIEN, Rev. John J. 

97 O'BRIEN, William A. 

00 O'CONNELL, John J. 
93 O'CONNELL, Joseph F. 
02 O'CONNELL, Most Rev. Wil- 
or Ham H. 8j 
04 O'CONNELL, Rev. William H. 93 
96 *0'CONNOR, Rev. Charles A. 81 
79 *0'CONNOR, Patrick J. 05 
04 O'CONNOR, Rev. Timothy J. 02 
85 O'CONNOR, Rev. William T. 90 

01 O'DONNELL, Dr. Francis M. 82 
89 *0'GARA, John W. 89 
72 O'HARA, Edward P. 89 

06 O'HARA, John J. l 
04 O'HERN, Daniel J. 05 
83 O'KEEFE, Rev. Arthur C. 80 

98 *0'LALOR, S. J., Charles H. 88 
88 O'NEIL, Rev. Leo F. J. 97 

91 O'NEIL, Leo F. 02 

95 O'LEARY, Timothy A. 92 

94 O'REGAN, Rev. Peter L. 01 

07 O'REILLY, Dr. William J. 80 

96 *0'SHEA, John J. 88 
O'TOOLE, Rev. Lawrence J. 72 

05 

01 PELLETIER, Joseph C. 91 

99 POTTS, Louis J. 96 

95 POWERS, John H. 03 
POWERS, Joseph L. 99 

92 POWERS, Richard F. 06 
06 POWERS, Rev. William F. 82 
99 



* Deceased. 

t Degree other than A. B. 



QUIGLEY, Rev. George H. oo 

QUINLAN, Joseph J. 04 

QUINN, Joseph A. 04 

QUINN, Rev. Peter C. 90 

QUIRK, Hon. Charles I. 91 

*QUIRK, Rev. Edward A. 87 

*QUIRK, Rev. William J. 81 

RAFTER, Augustine L. 82 

READDY, Rev. Albert M. 91 

*REARDON, Daniel H. 82 

REARDON, Henry C. 06 

*REARDON, John A. 01 

REDICAN, Rev. James J. 96 

REGAN, Rev. David F. 94 

REGAN, John J. 06 

RENAUD, Rev. John L. 01 

REYNOLDS, Eugene T. 06 

RICH, William J. 01 

RILEY, Rev. Daniel 79 

RILEY, John C. 03 

RING, Rev. Charles J. 96 

RIORDAN, Rev. Daniel C. 79 

ROCHE, Rev. Walter J. 01 

ROONEY, Dr. Henry M. 98 

RUSSELL, James D. 98 

RYAN, Rev. David D. 01 

RYAN, Rev. Edward F. 01 

RYAN, Rev. John J. 85 

RYAN, Joseph A. 02 

SCANLAN, Rev. Michael J. 95 

SCANNELL, Rev. Daniel P. 85 

SCANNELL, David A. 96 

SCANNELL, Rev. Patrick J. 96 
SHANAHAN, Rev.Dr.EdmundT. 88 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



*SHANNAN, Rev. James W. 79 

SHANNON, Michael J. 95 

SHAY, Dr. Thomas M. 83 

SHEA, Joachim P. 04 

SHEANON, Joseph P. 04 

SHEEHAN, Rev. John O'D. 99 

SHEEHAN, Rev. John P. 98 

SHEEHAN, Dr. William J. 88 

SHERIDAN, Bernard M. 8> 

SHERIDAN, Rev. John A. 90 

*SHERIDAN, Dr. Oliver M. 83 

SKULLEY, Francis J. 89 

SLINEY, Rev. Edmund C. 02 

SMITH, Dr. Daniel P. 83 

SMITH, Dr. Richard A. 94 

SPELMAN, Thomas M. 01 

SPENCER, John W. 05 

SPLAINE, Rev. Michael J. 97 

SPLAINE, Rev. Richard H. 98 

STACK, Dr. Charles F. 93 

STANTON, Rev. James F. 87 

*STINSON, Rev. John T. 95 

SULLIVAN, Augustus L. 01 

SULLIVAN, Edward M. 00 

SULLIVAN. Rev. Henry A. 79 

SULLIVAN. James 86 

SULLIVAN, John H. 03 

SULLIVAN, Rev. John P. 85 

*SULLIVAN, Rev. John W. 80 

SULLIVAN, Joseph D. 07 

SULLIVAN, Michael A. 93 

SULLIVAN, Rev. Michael J. 94 

SULLIVAN, Patrick J. 03 

SULLIVAN, Hon. Richard 78 

SULLIVAN, Timothy C. 05 

SUPPLE, Rev. David G. 98 



* Deceased. 



BOSTON COLLEGE, 1907-1908. 



99 



SUPPLE, Edward A. 03 

SUPPLE, Rev. James A. 00 

SUPPLE, James E. 07 

SUPPLE, Rev. Patrick J. 85 

*SWEENEY, John C. 97 

SWIFT, John E. 99 

TALBOT, Rev. James 78 

TEELING, Rev. Benjamin F. 98 

TEELING, Richard S. 99 

TIERNEY, Rev. William E. 02 

TIGHE, Michael A . 03 

TOWLE, Dr. Henry C. 72 

TRACEY, Rev. Dr. Joseph V. 82 

TRAINOR, Lawrence A. 01 

TWOMEY, Eugene A. 06 

ULLRICH, Rev. Charles A. 91 

WALSH, Rev. Henry A. 83 

WALSH, Rev. John F. 00 

WALSH, Joseph P. 97 



WALSH, Rev. Nicholas R. 77 

WALSH, William A. 91 

WARD, Frederick A. 03 

WARREN, James P. 96 

WELCH, Rev. James E. 95 

WELCH, John F. 06 

WELCH, Rev. Michael J. 82 

WELLER, Dr. Francis J. 88 

WELLER, George J. 95 
WELSH, O. P., Rev. Martin S. 00 

WENNERBERG, James B. 97 

WHALEN, Leonard S. 06 

WHEATLEY, William J. 07 

WHALEN, Rev. William B. 91 

WHITE, Dr. Arthur J. 98 

WHITE, Dr. Michael W. 94 

WILLIAMS, Dr. David L. 07 

WILLIAMS, Joseph R. 99 

WILLIS, Joseph H. 90 

WINN, Dr. Charles H. 85 

WOODIS, John J. 01 

WOODS, Rev. Timothy J. 91 



Summary for 1907 



Clergymen 197 

Lawyers ............ 60 

Physicians . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 

Teachers . 49 

Electrical Engineer . 1 

Journalists ............ 8 

Business , 86 

Clerical Students ' • • 39 

Law Students 6 

Medical Students ....*....... 9 

Technical Students . . . 3 

Students in Pedagogy 2 

Non-Classified 8 

Total 522 

Dead ............. 65 

Total Number of Graduates . . . . . . 587 



INDEX. 



CALENDAR 5 

TRUSTEES . 8 

OFFICERS , 8 

FACULTY • 9 

STUDENTS „ 

STUDENTS, BY CLASSES . . ^ 

SYSTEM OF EDUCATION 22 

STATEMENT . 26 

TERMS AND HOLIDAYS 29 

EXPENSES 29 

SCHOLARSHIPS ...... T ... 30 

SOCIETIES 3 3 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 38 

COURSE OF STUDIES 43 

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 5 6 

GRADUATION EXERCISES 57 

AWARD OF PRIZES 5 8 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 65 

FORM OF BEQUEST 65 

OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, 1907 ... 66 

GRADUATES OF BOSTON COLLEGE 67 

ALUMNI CATALOGUE 91 



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